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Course SummaryIf you need to study for the TECEP English Composition II exam, use this study guide to quickly review all of the composition topics you'll be tested on. This course's bite-sized lessons and quizzes are designed to strengthen your writing skills and help you earn a high score.
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About This Course
The lessons contained in this course give you the opportunity to reinforce concepts you already know and learn new information about developing a research paper. You will review how to write a proposal, cite sources, format your paper, and identify and correct writing errors - all topics you would be expected to know for the TECEP English Composition II exam.
About the Exam
Thomas Edison State University allows students to take exams in certain subjects in which they can earn a total of three credits. The TECEP English Composition II exam consists of five tasks in which students write a proposal and an argumentative essay, use in-text citations, cite reference sources and correct errors in a given passage. The exam is administered by paper at the university or can be taken online through the Online Proctor Service (OPS). The time limit for the test is three hours and students must achieve a score of 70 out of 100 points to pass this exam.
TECEP English Composition II Preparation & Registration
This extensive study guide will help you prepare to complete the tasks presented in the TECEP English Composition II exam. You will go over tips and strategies for incorporating all components into a proposal, beginning and focusing a paper, writing to an audience, structuring an essay, evaluating sources, and including examples and evidence to support your argument. You'll also review how to use quotes; add in-text and parenthetical citations; cite various sources; and edit errors in punctuation, sentence structures, verb forms, capitalization and quotation marks. Experienced instructors guide you through the writing, research and proofreading process with simple language and examples, and self-assessment quizzes help to determine your understanding of the topics and your readiness in taking this TECEP exam.
Students enrolled at Thomas Edison State University can register for a TECEP exam online at the university's Online Student Services or by fax, phone or mail. After receiving a confirmation email, students can log on to the TECEP Scheduling Options or Testing and Test Administration links on the university's website to find when their specific exam is being offered.
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