ACT Writing: How To Correct Punctuation Errors (Commas) | Kaplan Test Prep


Kaplan ACT Writing teacher and online ACT tutor Claire provides a helpful lesson and tutorial on how to get more points on the Writing section of the ACT using Kaplan ACT Writing strategies. Learn how to get more questions right on the ACT Writing section (and raise your overall ACT score too!) by understanding the grammar rules necessary to correct sentence errors with punctuation errors in comma use. This lesson is an excerpt from the online lessons in Kaplan Test Prep ACT courses (included in Kaplan online prep programs or in addition to Kaplan ACT classes and ACT tutoring programs). Kaplan ACT courses are designed to help college-bound high school students learn strategies to achieve a higher ACT score and get into college. For more information about Kaplan PSAT, ACT and SAT courses, visit
ACT Writing: How To Correct Punctuation Errors (Commas) | Kaplan Test Prep

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  2. Great video now I know all the rules, except I can’t use them since I don’t have arms. I’m typing with my nose right now, but keep up the good work hope your arms dosn’t get eaten by a large bear

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