Ch 3: Compass Writing Test: Nouns

About This Chapter

Use these entertaining, quick video lessons to practice noun usage and prepare for the Compass Writing Essay test. If you need any assistance with the material, don't hesitate to reach out to our instructors for support.

Compass Writing Test: Nouns - Chapter Summary

This chapter uses short, engaging videos to help you study nouns and prepare to take the Compass Writing Essay test. Lesson topics include:

  • Proper use of singular vs. plural nouns
  • Rules for the subject of a sentence
  • Definition and examples of possessive nouns
  • How to use collective nouns

Videos can be viewed from any internet device, making it easy to fit exam preparation into a busy schedule. Lesson quizzes let you practice using the information you've reviewed and determine where additional study is necessary.

Objectives of the Compass Writing Test: Nouns Chapter

The Compass Writing Essay Test is used by colleges to assess your writing skills and determine which English courses you'll be placed in. It is a timed exam. You will be issued a prompt and have a limited amount of time to plan, write, revise and complete an essay. Check in with your test administrator to see how much time you will be given - the standard length is 60 minutes, although your college or university may choose to allow more or less time.

This chapter reviews nouns to help you master proper usage before your essay. Use the lesson quizzes to practice implementing the concepts in this chapter.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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