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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 PAPA website. Click on Question numbers 1-5 below to view the solution.
Writing Test Results
Name: Student Name
Date: 10/25/2018
ID #: 555-55-5555
Time: 1:23 PM

Your test results have been recorded in the computer system. You responded correctly to 42 of the 42 questions. Your score is 100%.

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
 
22
D
2
D
 
23
B
3
A
 
24
A
4
B
 
25
C
5
A
 
26
C
6
A
 
27
B
7
C
 
28
D
8
B
 
29
A
9
A
 
30
B
10
B
 
31
D
11
A
 
32
B
12
B
 
33
A
13
A
 
34
C
14
D
 
35
D
15
B
 
36
B
16
A
 
37
A
17
D
 
38
A
18
A
 
39
D
19
D
 
40
B
20
C
 
41
B
21
A
 
42
D


Writing Subareas
Objective Questions Answered Correctly Questions Answered Incorrectly Number of Questions Answered Correctly/Number of Questions Addressing Subarea

0011 Understand Effective Writing

  • revising text to introduce and conclude ideas effectively
  • revising text to coordinate and subordinate ideas effectively
  • revising text to create or improve the parallel structure of words, phrases, or ideas
  • revising text to achieve the effective placement and emphasis of important words, phrases, or ideas

2
30
32
33
34
36
37
38
100%

8/8

0012 Understand Clear, Concise, and Coherent Writing

  • recognizing clear and concise position statements, topic sentences, and propositions
  • revising text to achieve the logical development of a main idea (e.g., reorganizing sentences within a paragraph, selecting effective supporting details, using transitional words and phrases)
  • revising text to achieve precise and appropriate language usage (e.g., replacing misused words and phrases; replacing vague expressions with concrete, specific language)
  • revising text to eliminate wordiness, redundancy, and distracting or extraneous information
  • revising text to eliminate misplaced or dangling modifiers, ambiguous or awkward pronoun references, and shifts in tense or mood

1
4
5
14
24
27
28
29
31
35
39
40
41
42
100%

14/14

0013 Understand Grammatical Writing

  • applying knowledge of the standard use of nouns and pronouns
  • applying knowledge of the standard use of verbs
  • applying knowledge of the standard use of adjectives and adverbs
  • applying knowledge of subject–verb agreement and pronoun–antecedent agreement
  • applying knowledge of the construction of simple, compound, and complex sentences

3
7
9
10
11
13
16
17
21
22
100%

10/10

0014 Understand Writing Mechanics and the Conventions of Standard American English

  • applying knowledge of the rules of spelling and commonly misspelled words
  • applying knowledge of the rules of capitalization and the standard use of capital letters
  • applying knowledge of the rules of punctuation and the standard use of punctuation marks

6
8
12
15
18
19
20
23
25
26
100%

10/10


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