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Analysis Of An Issue: What's It All About?

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In "Analysis of an Issue," you're given a yes/no statement. Exam wants to see whether you can pick a side and defend it.

Your approach to this essay must be subjective and personal. In other words, Exam is interested in your opinions! Exam wants you to use what you've known, seen, and read as evidence for your views.

As we'll see, this is very different from the second essay task, "Analysis of an Argument," which will be covered in another module. In "Analysis of an Argument," the words "I" and "me" won't have much of a place. But "I" and "me" are virtually impossible to leave out of "Analysis of an Issue."


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