section, an issue will be presented and you will be asked to analyze it and explain your views on it together with examples from your own experience, observations or reading.
These ISSUES themselves fall into two categories : Do not start pounding on the keyboard of the computer immediately on seeing the question.
Write 2-3 paragraphs to identify and explain the faults that you have found in the argument.
For example, in the case of the �false cause� you can explain what alternative reasons or other causes might need to be considered.
In the case of inadequate surveys you can explain what is omitted in the methodology.
In the case of misleading statistics and figures you can discuss what is wrong with the information.
You should spend time thinking about how best to structure AWA essays and how to manage your time (30 minutes per essay), but not so much focusing on the particular prompts the test might give you.
That said, you can see every single essay topic that you might face on test day: I don't know how much of an advantage it would be to spend the time to go through all 50 pages of essay topics, but if nothing else, it gives you realistic practice prompts for any essays you might write before sitting for the exam.
Take a few minutes to think about the issue and plan a response before you begin writing.
Be sure to organize your ideas and develop them fully, but leave time to reread your response and make any revisions that you think are necessary.