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1. Review the Basics -Know the basic rules for correcting errors in sentences, frags, run-ons,subject-verb
|2. Complete 1 or more practice tests or test questions- practice tests and question are often available.|
|3. Talk to other who have taken the test in the past- pquestions may change but chances are the from of the test will stay the same|
|4. Get a Plan - go into the test with a plan on how you are going organize the essays.
Preview a Writing Test - See what kinds of queestions are on it - what sort of essay you will have to write.
|Tip #3||Read the Directions
Need to read the directions carefully.
|Tip #4||Read the Possible Answers Carefully
|Tip #5||Read the Writing Prompt
Common types of prompts.
|Tip #6||Use a Writing plan
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