Such leaders are often at odds with other national leaders who feel that the long term health of the environment should guide economic decisions.”“Businesses should submit to close regulation and monitoring by government authority.”“There is a common perception that good personal conduct is the mark of a good leader.
However, there is also a conflicting poplar belief that as long as a leader does their job effectively and breaks no laws, their personal morality is unimportant.”“A brilliant new idea seldom comes from just one person; instead ground-breaking new ideas develop when people with different perspectives can meet and interact.”“Scientific fields of study require more critical thinking and research than other fields of study.”(For a lack of a better name – though I guess “Deep Thoughts by Magoosh GRE” would work.)“Opportunities do not come to people by luck.
Explore issues that may not be evident to the reader.
Make strong arguments supported by 2 to 3 factual statements to support it.
So if you practice with just a few prompts per category, you should be ready.
Unsurprisingly, given that the GRE is a test for graduate school, the education prompt tends to come up more often than any other.
to be no discernible pattern in the GRE writing prompts we’ve seen.
There are cities cracking down on garbage collection; debates on term limits for leaders; pontification about job training; philosophical musings about work and motivation; and speculation that scandals can be useful to society.
Though, I should mention that there are nearly 200 Issue prompts on the site.
Before you despair, keep in mind that some of these prompts are very similar and by practicing an essay prompt or two from each of the buckets below, you’ll prepare yourself for test day. You might get lucky, the Issue prompt you get test day being one that you already wrote a mock essay for.