awaprofessor.com essay rater - good?

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awaprofessor.com essay rater - good?

by Black5tar » Wed Nov 02, 2016 2:13 pm
i have been trying to find someone reliable to rate my awa essay and i came across awaprofessor.com on one of the prep websites.

has anyone tried them before? any feedback on them?

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by Black5tar » Mon Nov 07, 2016 2:24 am
Black5tar wrote:i have been trying to find someone reliable to rate my awa essay and i came across awaprofessor.com on one of the prep websites.

has anyone tried them before? any feedback on them?
anybody? i have done an awa essay and im dying to see where i stand but essays posted directly on these forums seems like they will just be ignored

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by Brent@GMATPrepNow » Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:40 am
I don't know anything about that service. However, if you're interested, you can use the test-maker's GMAT Write service (https://www.mba.com/global/store/store-c ... rite.aspx?) to have two essays scored by GMAC's official essay-scoring system ($29.99)

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by Black5tar » Wed Nov 09, 2016 2:37 pm
Brent@GMATPrepNow wrote:I don't know anything about that service. However, if you're interested, you can use the test-maker's GMAT Write service (https://www.mba.com/global/store/store-c ... rite.aspx?) to have two essays scored by GMAC's official essay-scoring system ($29.99)

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Thanks for the suggestion Brent! I considered GMAT Write, but heard bad reviews online about the limited "feedback" they gave.
Apparently they just give you a score based on their e-rater without any guidance for further improvement. I even emailed the service provider (Vantage) for more information. i took them 2 MONTHS just to get back to me with a one-liner ("Yes, you will receive feedback").

THANKS BUT NO THANKS GMAT WRITE!

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by Black5tar » Fri Nov 18, 2016 2:41 pm
just to share, i went ahead to submit an essay to awaprofessor.com and the feedback was really helpful. they even taught me the secrets of official essay graders (3 full pages worth).

it took them less than a day to give me my essay report too. so for those of you who need your essays rated urgently, or if you are simply frustrated with waiting for someone to look at your essay on this forum, this is a great resource!

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by donnaprimadonna » Tue Nov 29, 2016 6:05 am
Black5tar wrote:
Brent@GMATPrepNow wrote:I don't know anything about that service. However, if you're interested, you can use the test-maker's GMAT Write service (https://www.mba.com/global/store/store-c ... rite.aspx?) to have two essays scored by GMAC's official essay-scoring system ($29.99)

Cheers,
Brent
Thanks for the suggestion Brent! I considered GMAT Write, but heard bad reviews online about the limited "feedback" they gave.
Apparently they just give you a score based on their e-rater without any guidance for further improvement. I even emailed the service provider (Vantage) for more information. i took them 2 MONTHS just to get back to me with a one-liner ("Yes, you will receive feedback").

THANKS BUT NO THANKS GMAT WRITE!
Woah. That's a long period of time. After visiting the link that was shared here I've found only books I could purchase.
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by Brent@GMATPrepNow » Tue Nov 29, 2016 6:23 am
Black5tar wrote:
Brent@GMATPrepNow wrote:I don't know anything about that service. However, if you're interested, you can use the test-maker's GMAT Write service (https://www.mba.com/global/store/store-c ... rite.aspx?) to have two essays scored by GMAC's official essay-scoring system ($29.99)

Cheers,
Brent
Thanks for the suggestion Brent! I considered GMAT Write, but heard bad reviews online about the limited "feedback" they gave.
Apparently they just give you a score based on their e-rater without any guidance for further improvement. I even emailed the service provider (Vantage) for more information. i took them 2 MONTHS just to get back to me with a one-liner ("Yes, you will receive feedback").

THANKS BUT NO THANKS GMAT WRITE!
That's good to know!

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Re: awaprofessor.com essay rater - good?

by patiobuffalo » Sat Oct 17, 2020 11:28 pm
Did a quick google of awaprofessor and their essay evaluation looks very impressive. Anyone else here tried them?