Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay
explaining why it is unwise to jump to conclusions upon seeing or hearing
something. You can give explanations to illustrate your point. You should write
at least 150 words but no more than 200 words.
Now it is widely believed that jumping to conclusions upon seeing or
hearing something is unscientific and thoughtless. We do not have to look very
far to find out the truth of this argument.
Sometimes what we see or hear is probably staying merely on the surface of
things, thus the judgment we make under such circumstances often cannot hold
water. For example, when a mother came to her son with two apples in her hand,
she told her son to select one apple. The son quickly took one bite and then
another before he gave his mother an apple. At first thought, we may regard this
son as selfish and impious.
However, when we learn that the reason why the boy did this is just for the
purpose of checking out which apple is tasty, and the apple he handed his mother
is more delicious than the rest one, we should condemn ourselves with shame and
To sum up, before making a judgment, we should have a deep analysis of the
whole matter. Only in that way can we draw the correct conclusion.