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If you're one of the 500,000 students who will take the GRE this year, you know the stakes are high. Your score can determine whether you get into your ideal school-or settle for second-best. And the Writing Assessment is the hardest part of the test-one that trips up many students.

Ace the GRE Writing Assessment gives you simple and clear instruction on what you need to know to score well on the toughest section of the test and provides real essay samples that you can relate to. You'll get the lowdown on what you need to score high in an easy-to-understand format full of great tips.


Inside you'll discover how to handle:
-Analysis of arguments
-Logic
-Cause and effect essays
-Comparison/contrast statements
-Punctuation
- Transitions
and much more!


Don't let the Writing Assessment stand between you and the score you want. Ace the GRE Writing Assessment is the resource you need to tackle the most challenging section of the GRE.
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