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GRE Argument Essay Template

Paragraph 1:
- Demonstrate that the Argument is understood
- List weaknesses. Most fall into these two categories: Fails to validate assumptions, uses poorly defined terms.
- Mention what could be done to strengthen the Argument.

Paragraph 2:
- Detail assumptions upon which the Argument hinges
- Describe what would be required to validate these assumptions
(consider expert testimony, empirical research, and real-life examples)
- List gaps between existing evidence and what is necessary

Paragraph 3:
- Discuss poorly defined terms. What could they mean? How would these different meanings affect the Argument?

Final Paragraph:
- Discuss what could strengthen the Argument
- Summarize the essay.



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  2. Greenlight Test Prep has 9 free videos for the Analytical Writing section of the GRE (4 of them are for the Argument Essay):
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