When you take the SAT Writing and Language Test, you will have 35 minutes to answer 44 multiple-choice questions that ask about a variety of grammatical and stylistic topics.
Essentially, the SAT Writing Test is asking you to be an editor—to fix mistakes in sentences and passages and revise them to make them better. But how are you supposed to pick an answer when there’s no explicit question? Follow these three strategies.
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20 questions: 38 questions:
- 15 multiple-choice questions - 30 multiple-choice questions
- 5 Grid-in questions - 8 Grid-in questions