I had a quick question in regards to the structure of the writing section. Kaplan breaks it down into three basic tasks...explanation of prompt + example, counterexample, and something else. It's this third task I'm having trouble understanding. Often times he'll tell us that the third task is the most important but he won't explain what it entails. So my question is just that, on any MCAT prompt, what is the third task asking of us. To make things a little easier, let's say the prompt is: "a candidate's personal life should not influence the way people vote for him or her" Thanks.