When you take the test, you will be presented with one Issue topic from this pool. Each Issue topic consists of an issue statement or statements followed by specific task instructions that tell you how to respond to the issue. The wording of some topics in the test might vary slightly from what is presented here. Also, because there may be multiple versions of some topics with similar or identical wording but with different task instructions, it is very important to read your test topic and its specific task directions carefully and respond to the wording as it appears in the actual test. Universities should require every student to take a variety of courses outside the student's field of study. Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the claim.
The GRE Issue writing task is designed to test your ability to communicate a position on an issue effectively and persuasively. Your basic task is to analyze the issue presented, considering more than one perspective, and to develop and support your position on the issue. There is no "correct" answer. The following GRE-style writing prompt consists of an Issue statement followed by a directive for responding to the statement. Keep in mind: the Issue statement here is not from the official pool, and so you won't see this one on the actual GRE.
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Looks great. My only recommendation is to limit the time you spend explaining why the topic is important. The answer to that question depends largely on your typing speed.