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GRE Essay Topic 872 - There is a general idea that waiters and waitresses are more likely to receive larger gratuities from large groups of people. A recent research study suggests this is not true. The researchers examined the relationship between the size of tips in restaurants and the number of meals charged on the bill. They found that, while most tips were around 15 percent, the minimum percentage considered appropriate, people dining alone tipped consistently more (19 percent) and those dining in groups of four or more tipped considerably less (13 percent) than this 15 percent standard. These results strongly suggest that people dining in a group are less likely to feel personally responsible for leaving an adequate or generous tip. Discuss how well reasoned you find this argument.


only a test Score:4 February 20th, 2009 by findscore.com
The arguer concludes that the idea that waiters and waitresses are more likely to receive larger gratuities from large groups of people is not true. And he/she reasons recent research study shows ... Read more
tip or not to tip Score:4 October 28th, 2008 by findscore.com
The reasoning of this argument does not seem sound with exception to certain cases.The kind of conclusion made is too extreme and may not hold true in every case.There are some gaps in the reasonin... Read more
Jongwook Kim Score:5.5 August 19th, 2008 by findscore.com
In this memo, the president insists that the company should focus on building houses designed to sell at above $150,000 and employ more workers in order to build a larger total number of houses tha... Read more
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The argument represented seems to be useful to think about but not very well-reasoned at all. The author tries to Score:5 August 17th, 2007 by findscore.com
The argument represented seems to be useful to think about but not very well-reasoned at all. The author tries to counter the opinion, which he claims is existing, that waiters and waitresses usual... Read more
An argument by Score:3.5 October 30th, 2006 by findscore.com
The author stated above that waiters and waitresses are more likely to receive larger gratuities from large groups of people which are actually lesser amount than the tips given by the single perso... Read more



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