Revising Your Message for Errors, Conciseness & Readability


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Which one ranks written documents by grade level achievement to help determine readability?

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1. Which term is used to refer to a situation when the score is based on 100 points with a higher score reflecting an easier read of the document?

2. Which one would you be achieving when you avoid dangling modifiers?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

It's important that your message is as readable as possible when you're preparing an essay or report. This quiz tests you on ways to review and ensure that you have an error-free message.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz tests your knowledge in the following ways:

  • Recall what is used to rank written documents by grade level achievement
  • Remember a type of score from its description
  • Determine what area of document review something falls under
  • Recognize a readability issue when given an example
  • Understand how to check your documents for written errors

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw from relevant information from the lesson on reviewing your message for errors and readability
  • Critical thinking - use this information to consider what type of readability issue or area of document review something is an example of
  • Information recall - remember the knowledge you've gained about reviewing for written errors

Additional Learning

The lesson titled, Revising Your Message for Errors, Conciseness & Readability will provide you with additional details on this topic. It covers the following objectives:

  • Define concise
  • Explain how to fix dangling modifiers
  • Discover the value of the use of short paragraphs