Ch 14: SAT Writing: Revising Your Writing

About This Chapter

In part, the SAT examination will assess your ability to revise your writing. Prepare to address these questions by studying this chapter. It consists of topical video lessons and includes short quizzes and a practice examination.

SAT Writing: Revising Your Writing - Chapter Summary

Develop your writing abilities and the process of revising your writing when you study the videos in this chapter. Get ready to pass the writing portion of the SAT examination by discovering what it takes to effectively edit your writing and ensuring that your essays have a clearly outlined purpose. Watch the videos in this chapter so that you can:

  • Build proofreading strategies
  • Implement principles for improving your essays
  • Edit for mechanics and fix writing mistakes
  • Practice writing essays

Look to these lessons as you get set for the writing section of the SAT examination. The online videos are animated and fun to watch. Knowledgeable instructors deliver the lessons and use conversational language while explaining writing revision techniques. Watch the short lessons, take the quizzes and submit your questions for expert assistance.

SAT Writing: Revising Your Writing Chapter Objectives

The writing and language section of the SAT examination 44 multiple-choice questions. You'll be allowed 35 minutes to complete them. There is also an optional essay question (required by some schools). You'll have 50 minutes to complete the essay section.

Overall, you'll be evaluated on your proficiency at improving sentences and paragraphs as well as your ability to identify sentence errors. You must also be able to clearly communicate ideas and display sound knowledge of grammatical structures and elements.

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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