Online Grammar and Spelling Quizzes: Are You Smarter Than an 11th Grader?

by | Sep 6, 2011 | Writing Matters Blog | 7 comments

It’s back-to-school season, even for those of us who did not get a new lunchbox, science teacher, or dorm room this year. In honor of students everywhere, and in support of your ongoing efforts to refresh those writing skills, here are links to 20 online grammar and spelling quizzes. Try them all to see if you’ll make the grade.

Are you smarter than an 11th grader?

We make our kids take them, but can you pass the grammar and usage sections of these tests for teens?

Could you cut it as an editor, teacher, diplomat, or technical writer?

Have an online grammar quiz to share? Post a comment or e-mail me.


Tags: Grammar and usage, Writing resources


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