According to the Graduate Management Admissions Council, the average GMAT AWA score dropped from 4.7 in 2007 to 4.4 in 2010. Though it’s unclear why this is happening, a GMAC spokesperson indicated that this dip in AWA scores is a result of the increase in international applicants taking the exam. An article in the Wall Street Journal examined the issue from the perspective of employers as well as faculty and administrators at top business schools…. Read more
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// In the final installment of our Critical Reasoning Lesson 2, Jen and Dave walk you through two sample Critical Reasoning “Weakening” questions. Test out your skills and learn how to work efficiently without getting distracted by tricky answer choices. Looking for more CR help? Earlier installments of this CR lesson feature tips on tackling assumption, strengthening, and weakening questions. Check all the videos out here!