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GMAT Essay Topic 500 - The following appeared as part of an article in a local newspaper. "Over the past three years the tartfish industry has changed markedly: fishing technology has improved significantly, and the demand for tartfish has grown in both domestic and foreign markets. As this trend continues, the tartfish industry on Shrimp Island can expect to experience the same over-fishing problems that are already occurring with mainland fishing industries: without restrictions on fishing, fishers see no reason to limit their individual catches. As the catches get bigger, the tartfish population will be dangerously depleted while the surplus of tartfish will devalue the catch for fishers. Government regulation is the only answer: tartfish -fishing should be allowed only during the three-month summer season, when tartfish reproduce and thus are most numerous, rather than throughout the year." Discuss how well reasoned . . . Etc.


Tart Fishing Policy Score:5 November 18th, 2017 by Jason
The article in the newspaper claims that the government should regulate the tartfish industry in order to prevent the overfishing problems which already affects the main island fishing industries. ... Read more
t-500 Score:5 September 11th, 2016 by findscore.com
The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that the growth of the demand for tartfish have significant damage on its population ... Read more
Tartfish Industry Problems Score:4 February 21st, 2016 by findscore.com
As presented in the passage the Tartfish seems to be gaining popularity in the recent past in both the domestic and foreign markets. The tartfish industry is driven on demand and overfishing could ... Read more
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Tartfish 2 Score:4.5 July 22nd, 2014 by findscore.com
The argument claims that Shrimp island is going to face the same fishing issues that the mainisland has faced and the only way to prevent overfishing is by applying government regulations. This sta... Read more
Fish Essay Score:4 June 3rd, 2010 by findscore.com
The above argument states that tartfish will be endangered if government regulation is not enforced to restrict fishing times in the year. The author supports his claim by explaining how changes i... Read more
Concrete data analysis needed for concrete argument Score:3.5 May 28th, 2010 by findscore.com
This article presents a case for Government regulation on tartfish fishing. Though the intent of the argument is good, it fails to answer few critical question that are undermining the argument. Th... Read more
Helios Argument Score:4.5 September 7th, 2009 by findscore.com
The argument in the article may sound logical however after close scrutiny argument lacks credibility to come to such strong conclusion. Agrument states that Helios's unemployment rate was lower th... Read more
Tartfish Depletion Score:4 September 17th, 2008 by findscore.com
The above paragraph talks about tartfish and their depletion It states that there is an improvement in the fishing industry beacuse of increase demand of tartfish in the market both local and inte... Read more
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No title Score:4 October 25th, 2007 by findscore.com
The editorial states that because of the demand for tart fishes in foreign and domestic markets, the tart fishes population will be depleted as fishers will not limit their individual catches. To p... Read more
fishing industry regulations Score:5 October 17th, 2007 by findscore.com
The author concludes that government needs to regulate fishing at the Shrimp Island, because otherwise tartfish population will be dangerously depleted. The author's line of reasoning is that since... Read more
Future of tarfish industry Score:5 August 26th, 2007 by findscore.com
The argument that the government should step in and implement restrictions to save tarfish industry from problems is not logically pursuasive. There are two main questionable assumptions in the arg... Read more
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