The Examiners' Analyses reflects an in depth analysis of the issues raised in the question complete with case citations and statutory references. The Examiners' Analyses is intended to assist applicants in reviewing questions by providing detailed references to the relevant principles of law. The Sample Answers for each question were derived by combining overall good answers to each issue on the essay exam from applicants who took the bar exam.
Resistance to change is the underlying theme of American author William Faulkner’s short story entitled “A Rose for Emily.” The critical analysis essay on A Rose for Emily is an in-depth exploration of how the main character, Emily Grierson, relates with the society. Moreover, it is also a story about a woman who had been in the shadow of the overbearing nature of her father for a very long time.
Analysis Essay Writing, examples, topics, outlines
It is not required that an applicant's answer to an essay question necessarily contain a similar amount of detail or analysis as is contained in the Examiners' Analyses. Nor is it required that an applicant's answer contain case citations or statutory references to constitute a good answer. The Sample Answers represent examples of overall acceptable responses to the issues raised in an essay question. However, since the contents of the Sample Answers are derived from actual answers from applicants, it is possible that a response may contain some extraneous or incorrect information, and still be representative of an overall acceptable response.