Strategy for Structure Questions

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

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Strategy for structure questions

1. First study the sentence.

    Your purpose is to determine what is needed to complete the sentence correctly.

2. Then study each answer based on how well it completes the sentence.

     Eliminate answers that do not complete the sentence correctly.

3. Do not try to eliminate incorrect answers by looking only at the answers.

    The incorrect answers are generally correct by themselves. The incorrect answers are generally incorrect
     only when used to complete the sentence.

4. Never leave any answers blank.

    Be sure to answer each question even if you are unsure of the correct response.

5. Do not spend too much time on the Structure questions.

    Be sure to leave adequate time for the Written Expression questions.

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