If you could pass any law you wanted, what would it be? Would it be for your city? Your country? The whole world? Give your reasons for making this law.
Now explain how you would enforce it.
This is a common job interview question. Be honest, but frame it in a way that shows the interviewer you would be good at the job you want. Give specific examples to support your answer.
Tell a story about these two people. What is their life like? Based on their facial expressions, how do you think they feel? Look at their clothing and surroundings—what do they tell you about the man and woman? Be creative!
Describe two strategies to improve efficiency at your workplace. What are they? How would they help?
CLAIM: International laws should replace all national laws.
Do you agree or disagree? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
CLAIM: Schools and universities have a responsibility to discourage students from pursuing fields in which they are not likely to be successful.
Write an essay explaining how much you agree and/or disagree with this claim. Be sure to give specific evidence and reasoning to support your opinion.
Do you think mental games like chess are good for you? Why or why not? Can you think of other ways to train your brain?
Have you ever been in a dilemma? How did you solve it?
Give specific details, and use more than one reason to support your answer.
"University students should be encouraged to pursue subjects that interest them rather than the courses that seem most likely to lead to jobs."
Write one paragraph in support of this recommendation and one paragraph against it. Describe specific circumstances that support each argument.
Conclude your essay by presenting your own view.
CLAIM: Unfortunately, in contemporary society, creating an appealing image has become more important than the reality or truth behind that image.
Do you agree or disagree? Write an argument supporting your opinion.
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