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DEMONSTRATION ONLY: This page should give you a good idea of the type of results you'll receive after taking one of the four full-length writing tests. All tests are modeled on the information found at the official MTLE website. Click on the Question numbers 1-5 below to view the original question and answer explanation.
Writing Test Results
Name: Student Name
Date: 4/12/2018
ID #: 234-234-234
Time: 08:20 AM

Your test results have been recorded in the computer system. You responded correctly to 22 of the 33 questions. Your score is 67%.

The table below shows your answer, right or wrong, for each question. By clicking on any question number, you can see (a) the question, and (b) an explanation for arriving at its right answer.

A check mark, , indicates the question was answered correctly; a capital X indicates the question was answered incorrectly.

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Question
Your
Answer
= Correct
X = Incorrect
 
Question
Your
Answer
= Correct
X = Incorrect
1
C
 
18
B
X
2
A
 
19
A
3
D
 
20
D
X
4
A
 
21
B
5
D
X
 
22
A
6
C
 
23
B
7
A
 
24
D
X
8
B
 
25
B
X
9
B
 
26
D
X
10
D
X
 
27
C
11
C
 
28
B
X
12
A
 
29
B
13
D
 
30
D
14
B
 
31
D
X
15
A
 
32
A
16
A
X
 
33
C
17
D
X
 


Writing Comprehension Subareas
Objectives Questions Answered Correctly Questions Answered Incorrectly Number of Questions Answered Correctly/Number of Questions Addressing Subarea

0001 Understand Purpose, Audience, Organization, and Development in Writing

  • Recognize writing that is effective for a given purpose, audience, and occasion.

  • Recognize methods of organizing paragraphs and passages.

  • Recognize effective thesis statements, topic sentences, and supporting details.

  • Select revisions that improve the unity and focus of a piece of writing or that improve cohesion and the effective sequence of ideas.

  • Recognize shifts in point of view (e.g., from first to third person).

  • Recognize details that distract from the development of the main idea of a paragraph or passage.

  • Select appropriate transitional words or phrases to convey text structure and to help readers understand the sequence of a writer's ideas.
3
4
29
30
33

26
28
31
63%

5/8

0002 Understand Problems in Sentence Formation

  • Identify sentence fragments and run-on sentences.

  • Identify errors in subject-verb agreement.

  • Replace imprecise and inappropriate words and phrases.

  • Recognize wordiness, redundant expression of ideas, ineffective repetition of words or phrases, and other errors in sentence formation (e.g., incorrect placement of modifiers, lack of parallel structure, double negatives).
2
7
12
13
19
21
27
32

17
18
80%

8/10

0003 Understand Conventions of Standard Written English Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics

  • Identify and edit errors in the standard use of verb forms.

  • Identify and edit errors in the standard use of pronouns.

  • Identify and edit errors in the standard formation and use of adverbs and adjectives.

  • Identify and edit errors in the standard use of comparatives, superlatives, and possessives.

  • Identify and edit errors in standard punctuation.

  • Identify and edit errors in standard American spelling and capitalization.
1
6
8
9
11
14
15
22
23

5
10
16
20
24
25
60%

9/15


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