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Each “Analyze a disagreement” essay may be scored on a 6-point scale that is holistic towards the criteria below.

Each “Analyze a disagreement” essay may be scored on a 6-point scale that is holistic towards the criteria below.

even though the GRE ® Analytical Writing measure contains two discrete analytical writing tasks, just one combined score is reported because it is more reliable than either task score alone. The score reported will represent the common of this scores when it comes to two tasks.

Score of 6 Outstanding

A 6 paper presents a cogent, well-articulated critique associated with argument and conveys meaning skillfully.

A paper that is typical this category:

  • clearly identifies important options that come with the argument and analyzes them insightfully
  • develops ideas cogently, organizes them logically and connects these with clear transitions
  • effectively supports the key points associated with the critique
  • demonstrates control of language, including word that is appropriate and sentence variety
  • demonstrates facility with the conventions (for example., grammar, usage and mechanics) of standard written English but might have minor errors

Score of 5 Strong

A 5 paper presents a generally thoughtful, well-developed critique of the argument and conveys meaning clearly.

A typical paper in this category:

  • clearly identifies important features of the argument and analyzes them in a generally perceptive way
  • develops ideas clearly, organizes them logically and connects these with appropriate transitions
  • sensibly supports the main points regarding the critique
  • demonstrates control of language, including appropriate word choice and sentence variety
  • demonstrates facility with the conventions of standard written English, but may have errors that are minor

Score of 4 Adequate

A 4 paper presents a critique that is competent of argument and conveys meaning adequately.

A paper that is typical this category:

  • identifies and analyzes important features of the argument
  • develops and organizes ideas satisfactorily, but might not connect these with transitions
  • supports the key points regarding the critique
  • demonstrates sufficient control over language to convey ideas with reasonable clarity
  • generally demonstrates control of the conventions of standard written English, but might have some errors

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