- Report: #597152
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Complaint Review: Educational Testing Service
Educational Testing ServiceInternet United States of America
Educational Testing Service ETS, GRE Analytical Writing section not graded well, Internet
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The graders are often English teachers and yet the score is based on providing "logically compelling reasons." I would expect that someone like me would know more about analytical writing than an English teacher, but I scored lower than the average student. I got a worse score than many history and literature students with a mere BA, who have never taken a logic class. Additionally, I expected to get a perfect score. I thought that I met the requirements asked of me.
We have no reason to trust the GRE analytical writing graders. Not only are the qualifications unsatisfactory, but no one is willing to explain to you why your score is as low as it is. I paid $55 for an investigation with the understanding that I could find out what I did wrong, but no explanation was ever provided and an employee told me that such an explanation would be impossible for the company to provide. I filed a complaint around 3 months ago and I never got a response.
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