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  1. 001 We can usually learn much more from people who
  2. Here's my essay on topic 001
  3. 002 Competition is ultimately more beneficial than detriment
  4. 003 It is more important to allocate money for immediate, ex
  5. Essay on :It is more important to allocate money f
  6. 225 People often look for similarities, even between very di
  7. RETIRED GRE Topic: Imprisonment for violent crimes must be m
  8. 004 No field of study can advance significantly
  9. 008 It is often necessary, even desirable, for pol
  10. 171 Imagine that you are preparing for a trip. You
  11. 007 Video camera provides such an accurate and con
  12. 022 Many people believe that a few individuals or
  13. 021 Reform is seldom brought about by people who a
  14. Competition is beneficial rather than detrimental
  15. economic development of a region........
  16. 015 The stability of a society depends on how it responds to
  17. 006 The most effective way to understand
  18. 021 Reform is seldom brought about by people who are concern
  19. 120 So much is new and complex today that looking back for a
  20. 123 It is possible to identify a person's politics within a
  21. 062 The widespread idea that people should make self-improve
  22. 028 Students should memorize facts only after they
  23. Critique reqd - Topic > Super specialization
  24. At various times in the geological past(issue topi
  25. 177 The study of an academic discipline alters the way we pe
  26. 166 Sometimes imagination is a more valuable asset
  27. Has the past been disregarded due to its..........
  28. 186 It is a grave mistake to theorize before one has data.
  29. 004 No field of study can advance significantly unless outsi
  30. 105 The true strength of a country is best
  31. 105 The true strength of a country
  32. 038 In the age of television, reading books is no
  33. 184 It is dangerous to trust only intelligence
  34. 147 A crucial test of character is whether one is
  35. 230 The best way to teach - whether as an educator
  36. 230 The best way to teach whether as an educator,
  37. 004 No field of study can advance significantly
  38. 007 The video camera provides such an accurate and
  39. 009 Academic disciplines have become so specialize
  40. 012 People's attitudes are determined more by
  41. 010 Governments must ensure that their major citie
  42. 166 Sometimes imagination is a more valuable asset
  43. 030 The primary goal of technological advancement
  44. 015 The stability of a society depends on how it
  45. 224 Censorship is rarely, if ever, justified.
  46. 187 It is easy to welcome innovation and accept
  47. 001 We can usually learn much more from pe
  48. 017 There are two types of laws: just and unjust.
  49. 074 The most effective way to communicate an idea
  50. 014 It is necessary for everyone to read poetry
  51. 035 No matter what the situation, it is more
  52. 069 Government should place few, if any, restrict
  53. 002 competition is ultimately more benefical than
  54. 082 Government should never censor the artistic wo
  55. 018 Only by being forced to defend an idea against
  56. 212 If a goal is worthy, then any means taken to a
  57. 020 National Governments should devote more
  58. 021 Reform is seldom brought about by people who
  59. 025 Anyone can make things bigger and more complex
  60. 207 Rituals and Ceremonies help define a culture
  61. 022 Many people believe that few individuals or sm
  62. 068 People make the mistake of treating
  63. 023 Contemporary technology makes available many s
  64. 011 All nations should help support the developmen
  65. 024 People in positions of power are most effectiv
  66. 218 In order for any work of art – whether film
  67. 026 Most people would agree that buildings represe
  68. 027 No one can possibly achieve success in the wor
  69. 028 Students should memorize facts only after they
  70. 029 Public figures such as actors, politicians, an
  71. 027 No one can possibly achieve success
  72. 117 The depth of knowledge to be gained from books
  73. 229 The best way to learn a new subject or skill
  74. 175 It is always an individual who is the impetu
  75. 108 In many countries it is now possible to turn
  76. 112 Some educational systems emphasize the
  77. 045 Government officials should rely on their own
  78. 174 Laws should not be stationary and fixed
  79. 179 Many problems of modern society cannot be sol
  80. 130 How children are socialized today determines
  81. 111 The worldwide distribution of television programs and ad
  82. 043 To be an effective leader, a public official m
  83. 003 It is more important to allocate money
  84. 197 The material progress and well-being of one co
  85. 209 Progress is best made through discussion among
  86. 168 It is impossible for an effective political
  87. 032 A school or college should pay its teachers at
  88. 033 Creating an appealing image has become more
  89. 034 Instead of requiring students to take courses
  90. 035 "No matter what the situation, it is more harm
  91. 085 Government funding of the arts
  92. 036 The greatness of individuals can be decided on
  93. 120 So much is new and complex today that looking
  94. 247 The following appeared as an editorial in the
  95. 037 In most societies, competition generally has m
  96. 179 Many problems of modern society cannot be solv
  97. 005 A nation should require all its
  98. 243 The true value of a civilization is reflecte
  99. 027 No one can possibly achieve success in the wor
  100. 057 The depth of knowledge to be gained from books
  101. 249 The following appeared in a letter sent by a c
  102. 077 People today are too individualistic. Instead
  103. 003 It is more important to allocate money
  104. 087 In any field of inquiry, the beginner is
  105. 028 Students should memorize facts only
  106. 015 society does not place enough emphasis on the
  107. 087 In any field of inquiry, the beginner is more
  108. 119 When research priorities are being set for sci
  109. 033 Creating an appealing image has become
  110. 098 Colleges and universities should offer more c
  111. 238 Conformity almost always leads to a deadening
  112. 107 Instant communication systems encourage people
  113. 127 Facts are stubborn things. They cannot be alte
  114. 001 We can usually learn much more from people
  115. 054 History teaches us only one thing: knowing
  116. 137 What we call progress is a matter of exchangin
  117. 073 In most professions and academic fields
  118. 003 it is more important to allocate
  119. 137 What we call progress is a matter of exchangin
  120. 157 There is no such thing as purely objective obs
  121. 139 Every new generation needs to redefine 'right'
  122. 153 Students should bring a certain skepticism to
  123. 230 College students-and people in general-prefer
  124. 100 The pressure to achieve high grades in school
  125. 016 Although many people think that the luxuries
  126. 003 It is more important to allocate money for
  127. 197 The material progress and well-being of one
  128. 095 People work more productively in teams
  129. 235 Most people are taught that loyalty is a
  130. 013 Many of the world's lesser-known languages ar
  131. 239 Much of the information that people assume
  132. 223 Education is primarily a personal matter
  133. 178 It Is possible to pass laws that control or
  134. 044 Government should not fund any scientific rese
  135. 228 The best way to teach—whether as an educator
  136. 031 Money spent on research is almost always
  137. 135 While most of the environmental problems
  138. 176 The purpose of science is to reassure;the purp
  139. 131 The arts (painting, music, literature etc.) re
  140. 245 International relations can never be completel
  141. 114 It is unfortunate that today's educators place
  142. 106 All students should be required to
  143. 067 Colleges should require students to engage in
  144. 051 Education will be truly effective only when...
  145. 104 It is primarily through formal education that
  146. 097 It is unfortunate but true that political ....
  147. 225 People often look for similarities, even betwe
  148. 196 Technology creates more problems than it solve
  149. 019 If a society is to thrive, it must put its own
  150. 040 Scholars and researchers should not be concern
  151. 083 Government should preserve publicly owned wild
  152. 039 the intellectual benefits of attending a univ
  153. 231 'Moderation in all things' is ill-considered
  154. 041 Such nonmainstream areas of inquiry as astrology,
  155. 116 With the growth of global networks in such areas a
  156. 202 Unlike great thinkers and great artists, the most effect
  157. 042 Because learning is not a solitary activity but one that
  158. 048 The study of history places too much emphasis
  159. 063 To truly understand your own culture-no
  160. 136 The absence of the choice
  161. 188 Success, whether academic or professional
  162. 058 The increasingly rapid pace of life
  163. 126 Society's external rewards are no measure of true succes
  164. 203 The best way to understand the character of a society is
  165. 046 While some of the leaders in government
  166. 250 The media (books, film, music, television, for example)
  167. 142 The well-being of a society is enhanced
  168. 099 In any realm of life—whether academic
  169. 226 People are mistaken when they assume that the problems
  170. 049 Imaginative works such as novels, plays, films, fairy ta
  171. 170 The surest indicator of a great nation is not the achiev
  172. 140 What society has thought to be its greatest social
  173. 060 The media and society in general mistakenly expect an in
  174. 047 Society does not place enough emphasis on the intellect
  175. 076 Truly profound thinkers and highly creative artists are
  176. 075 The people who make important contributions to society a
  177. 072 One can best understand the most important characteristi
  178. 071 Spending time alone makes one a better companion to othe
  179. 070 In any profession—business, politics, education, governm
  180. 066 As people rely more and more on technology to solve prob
  181. 065 People have been so encouraged by society to focus on ap
  182. 064 Many people know how to attain success, but few know how
  183. 061 High-profile awards such as the Nobel Prize are actually
  184. 059 Too much emphasis is placed on role models. Instead of c
  185. 056 Governments should focus more on solving the immediate p
  186. 055 Competition for high grades seriously limits the quality
  187. 053 College and university education should be free for all
  188. 052 Education encourages students to question and criticize,
  189. 050 In order to improve the quality of instruction at the co
  190. 081 Patriotic reverence for the history of a nation often do
  191. 198 Instead of encouraging conformity, society should show g
  192. 088 Technologies not only influence but actually determine s
  193. 078 Schools should be required to teach the essential...
  194. 079 Major policy decisions should always be left to politici
  195. 080 All students should be required to take courses in the s
  196. 084 In any field of endeavor, it is impossible to make a sig
  197. 086 Young people should be encouraged to pursue long-term, r
  198. 089 Leaders are created primarily by the demands that are pl
  199. 090 College students should be encouraged to pursue subjects
  200. 091 Most people think that their deeply held values are the
  201. 092 In any academic area or professional field, it is just a
  202. 093 The concept of 'individual responsibility' is a necessar
  203. 094 Universities should require every student to take a vari
  204. 096 Although, critics who write about the arts tend to deny
  205. 101 Governments should provide funding for artists so that t
  206. 102 For better or worse, education is a process that involve
  207. 103 The study of history has value only to the extent that i
  208. 109 The purpose of many advertisements is to make consumers
  209. 110 When we concern ourselves with the study of history, we
  210. 113 It is primarily through our identification with social g
  211. 115 It is through the use of logic and of precise, careful..
  212. 118 In any field of endeavor—the sciences, the humanities, t
  213. 121 At various times in the geological past, many species ha
  214. 122 We owe almost all our knowledge not to people who have a
  215. 124 Instant foods, instant communication, faster transportat
  216. 125 The past is no predictor of the future.
  217. 128 It is often asserted that the purpose of education is to
  218. 129 Technology is a necessary but not always a positive forc
  219. 132 The university community consists of three different wor
  220. 133 The problems of modern society have led many people to c
  221. 134 Students should be encouraged to realize that mental agi
  222. 138 Only through mistakes can there be discovery or progress
  223. 141 Most people recognize the benefits of individuality, but
  224. 143 Artists should pay little attention to their critics...
  225. 144 It is the artist, not the critic,* who gives society som
  226. 145 A crucial test of character is whether one is able to ad
  227. 146 People who are the most deeply committed to an idea or p
  228. 148 Many people admire idealism, but it usually leads to...
  229. 149 The most practical and effective way to protect wilderne
  230. 150 Because of television and worldwide computer connections
  231. 151 High-speed electronic communications media, such as elec
  232. 152 The only responsibility of corporate executives, provide
  233. 154 Both parents and communities must be involved in the loc
  234. 155 Contemporary society offers so many ways of learning tha
  235. 156 Choice is an illusion. In reality, our lives are control
  236. 158 The arts (music, dance, visual arts, etc.) are vitally..
  237. 159 The human mind will always be superior to machines becau
  238. 160 The most essential quality of an effective leader is the
  239. 161 In this age of intensive media coverage, it is no longer
  240. 162 One often hears about the need for individuals to take..
  241. 163 Most people live, whether physically or morally, in a ve
  242. 164 Sometimes imagination is a more valuable asset than expe
  243. 165 In any given field, the leading voices come from people
  244. 167 It is impossible for an effective political leader to te
  245. 169 Those who treat politics and morality as though they wer
  246. 172 Important truths begin as outrageous, or at least uncomf
  247. 173 Originality does not mean thinking something that was ne
  248. 180 Many problems of modern society cannot be solved by laws
  249. 181 The way students and scholars interpret the materials th
  250. 182 It is dangerous to trust only intelligence.