It’s very important to remember that one of the Issue prompts found on the GRE site will come up test day.
That’s right: you can get a head start on actual possible test questions by doing practice essays from the prompts on the official site.
Reason: A leader’s main goal should be to promote innovation and change.”“There is a school of thought that says that the most experienced workers should be promoted to management.
However, some businesses prefer to select manages based on their perceived leadership skills, regardless of how much experience they have.”“Many nations have leaders who prioritize economic development and stability over environmental concerns.
Though, I should mention that there are nearly 200 Issue prompts on the site.
Before you despair, keep in mind that some of these prompts are very similar and by practicing an essay prompt or two from each of the buckets below, you’ll prepare yourself for test day. You might get lucky, the Issue prompt you get test day being one that you already wrote a mock essay for.The takeaway from all this is that you should find the category you are weakest in and work at becoming more comfortable with and knowledgable about that topic.For instance, many dread the art category, painfully aware that they cannot tell the difference between a Monet and a Manet (besides the ‘o’ and the ‘a’, of course).So how do you find official ETS essays in the categories you need to work on? After all, ETS’s GRE AWA Issue Topic Pool does not organize its essays into categories.This is where the good old fashioned “control-f” function comes in handy. Hit the control button and the f button at the same time on a PC, or hit command f on a Mac.I would recommend writing one of these essays on a prompt that specifically mentions college and another that doesn’t (“Placing a limit…from the instructor” is a good one because it is probably the least related to the others).In either case, the unofficial mocks I’m about to show you are also in line with the official prompts, and are good practice as you prep for the exam.These GRE writing prompts will ask you something about the aims and objectives of essay writing.An argumentative essay will require you to take a particular stance about the topic you are writing about.For example, if you are writing about nutrition, then you will need to try and persuade the reader about a particular point of view that you have taken.