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Improving Sentences on the SAT: Question Types, Samples & Strategy

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Which best describes when it is okay to guess on the SAT?

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1. Which of these is written in the passive voice?

2. How are sentence improvement questions grouped on the SAT?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

By referring to this quiz and worksheet, you can review the best strategies for interpreting and correctly answering the Improving Sentences questions on the SAT Writing test. The questions on the quiz will ask you where you can find the Improving Sentences questions on the SAT, how to properly read the questions, and what to do when you're stumped on these types of questions.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In these assessments, you'll be tested on the following:

  • How often to pick the 'no error' answer for Improving Sentences questions
  • The pace at which you should read through questions
  • What to do when you don't know the answer
  • Where you can find the Improving Sentences questions on the test
  • How many answer choices you should eliminate before guessing

Skills Practiced

Students use the following skills when working on this quiz and worksheet:

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about Improving Sentences questions on the SAT in a different light
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve Improving Sentences practice problems
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about finding, reading and answering Improving Sentences questions

Additional Learning

To find out more about Improving Sentences questions on the SAT Writing test, take a look at the accompanying lesson on Improving Sentences on the SAT: Question Types, Samples & Strategy. This lesson will allow you to accomplish the following:

  • See how responses correspond with the underlined part of an Improving Sentences question
  • Learn about the 'no error' response and how often to use it
  • Discover how many Improving Sentences questions you will find on the SAT
  • Find out how much time you should dedicate to each question
  • Review examples of Improving Sentences questions and possible responses
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