By incorporating a computer into the grading process, the GMAT not only saves half the cost of grading the essay, but also is able to perform an objective analysis of sentence structure, word count, and complexity that a human reader would not have the time to complete.
The response does not have a discernible progression of ideas. Satisfy technical and security requirements for grading online.
The response demonstrates a deliberate and highly effective progression of ideas both within paragraphs and throughout the essay.
The fact that both tests have expressed a desire to move to a digital format in the coming decade makes the transition that much simpler: if a test taker types an essay rather than writes it, a computer could deliver a tentative score instantaneously. The response demonstrates a clear progression of ideas both within paragraphs and throughout the essay.
With a human reader assessing the coherence of the argument and the computer comparing the essay with its database of essays, the GMAT can enjoy the best of both worlds.
The response maintains a formal style and objective tone. Students can write essays and receive comments on particular sections of their essays based on their reading, analysis, and writing abilities.
Lacks variety in sentence structures; sentence structures may be repetitive.