Mark up the test: Writing and Language Test edition 🤔 🤔 😎
1) Circle or underline important elements of #passages
To do your best, you’ll need to read passages on the Writing and Language Test just as actively as you read the passages on the Reading Test. That means underlining and circling the most important elements so you can stay engaged with the point the author is making.
2) Circle or underline important elements of #questions
Many of the more challenging “Expression of Ideas” questions on the Writing and Language Test tell you very specifically what the correct choice has to do. It can help a lot to zero in on that part of the question, and just do what the question wants.
3) Cross out extra words to simplify complex sentences
If you’re having trouble figuring out a grammar question, it can help to simplify the structure of complex sentences by crossing out extra words that describe – or “modify” – the subject or the verb. This can help a lot on subject-verb and pronoun agreement questions
4) Use Process of Elimination!
When you physically cross out a choice you have ruled out, it makes the rest of your task easier on your brain. Bad choices stop being distractions if you don’t look at them again.
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