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GRE Essay Topic 980 - The following appeared in a memo from a budget planner for the City of Grandview. "To avoid a budget deficit next year, the City of Grandview must eliminate its funding for the Grandview Symphony. Our citizens are well aware of the fact that while the Grandview Symphony Orchestra was struggling to succeed, our city government promised annual funding to help support its programs. Last year, however, private contributions to the Symphony increased by 200 percent, and attendance at the Symphony's concerts-in-the-park series doubled. The Symphony has also announced an increase in ticket prices for next year. Such developments indicate that the Symphony can now succeed without funding from city government and we can eliminate that expense from next year's budget. This action will surely prevent a budget deficit. " Discuss how well reasoned you find this argument.


clear Score: 3.5 March 3rd, 2016 by findscore.com
I dont know what to do with my life currently. I would like the GRE to be over if that is at all possible. I really just want this to be done, i Hope that is not too much to ask. THis keeps making ... Read more
lexical density Score: 5.5 August 15th, 2015 by findscore.com
The planner thinks Grandview Symphony (GS) could self-supporting because they have income raise is other aspects except government assist, and thus they advise to stop funding GS. After scrutinize ... Read more
Grandview symphony Score: 4.5 November 21st, 2014 by findscore.com
In this memo, the author posits that the Grandview Symphony can be successful without relying on the government funding and just by raising the ticket prices. The author based the assertion on the ... Read more
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This is an AW essay which is submitted by someone who is goi Score: 1 October 3rd, 2014 by findscore.com
The argument claims that recently, attendances to the symphony's concert have increased. Besides, the ticket price for the next year will be more. Therefore, the symphony, itself, has sufficient re... Read more
No title Score: 4.5 June 11th, 2014 by findscore.com
This article claims that eliminating funding for the Symphony could resolve the City of Grandview's budget deficit. However, this article relies on some unsubstantiated assumptions. It assumes that... Read more
No title Score: 1 September 20th, 2013 by findscore.com
The author's argument that funding for the symphony should be banished as they are now self-supporting seems to be tenable at first glance. However, conclusion relies on assumptions for which there... Read more
Public funding to Grandview Symphony Score: 4 April 30th, 2013 by findscore.com
Increase in private funding and rise in number of people attending the concerts are good signs for for Grandview Symphony, but that does not necessarily ensure a financial independence. However, th... Read more
Budget Allocation of Grandview city Score: 1 July 4th, 2012 by findscore.com
The author claims a 200 percent increase in private contributions to the symphony, but it should be determined whether this is a significant increase in the amount and whether it is sufficient fo... Read more
a committee of homeowners Score: 4 January 22nd, 2009 by findscore.com
In the letter, the committee recommends that in order to enhance the property values in Deerhaven Acres, the owners should adopt their own set of restrictions on landscaping and housepainting. To s... Read more
City of Grandview’s budget Score: 4 March 15th, 2007 by findscore.com
In this memo, the budget planner of City of Grandview argues that in order to avoid a budget deficit the city government should eliminate the expense that funded the Grandview Symphony. To support... Read more
letter to cut down the funding to symphony orchestra to meet Score: 2.5 November 18th, 2006 by findscore.com
The memo from the budget planner for the city of Grandview states that the funding of symphony orchestra will be cut down for the next year to meet the budget deficit.The funding was announced whe... Read more



November 18, 2006