Writing Workshop

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Writing Workshop

Welcome to the Writing Placement Workshop!For this part of the workshop, it is important that you understand you are in control of the questions. Unlike the actual placement test, on this practice test you will see how many questions are waiting for you. On the actual test, you will only be able to change sentences or parts of sentences that you choose to click on. In the past, tired or busy students have moved quickly through this part and were surprised to be placed in a beginning composition class. Taking your time, looking very closely at the choices offered, and working through each part of the long paragraph will give you the best chance of being placed properly. Remember to take advantage of the helpful links after each question.

Sample Question

A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life. During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 

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  • 1. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life. During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      A few years ago

    • B. 

      A few years ago;

    • C. 

      A few years ago,

    • D. 

      A few years ago--

    • E. 

      A few years ago:

  • 2. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life.

    • B. 

      I had started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life.

    • C. 

      I have started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life.

    • D. 

      I have felt very strongly that something was missing in my life.

    • E. 

      I was feeling very strongly that something was missing in my life.

  • 3. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child.

    • B. 

      I have a daughter, so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child.

    • C. 

      I have a daughter, so I knew, that I wasn't simply longing to have a child.

    • D. 

      I have a daughter; so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child.

    • E. 

      I have, a daughter, so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child.

  • 4. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit,

    • B. 

      Perhaps because I had gained weight, never left the house, and spent every day in a sweat suit,

    • C. 

      After considering gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit,

    • D. 

      Regretting my weight gain and tired of spending every day at home in a sweat suit,

    • E. 

      Gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit,

  • 5. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      I finally figured it out.

    • B. 

      I finally got it.

    • C. 

      I finally understood it.

    • D. 

      I finally figured out what was missing.

    • E. 

      I finally saw it.

  • 6. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      I was ready to go back to college.

    • B. 

      I was ready to give college another shot.

    • C. 

      I was ready to take another crack at going to college.

    • D. 

      I was ready to get with college.

    • E. 

      I was ready to make it in college.

  • 7. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.

    • B. 

      Now that I am back in school--I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.

    • C. 

      Now that I am back in school, I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.

    • D. 

      Now that I am back in school; I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.

    • E. 

      Now that I am back in school I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.

  • 8. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter, so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured out what was missing. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school, I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me.

    • B. 

      During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and I.

    • C. 

      During my long stint at home, there was tension between I and my husband.

    • D. 

      During my long stint at home, there was tension between us.

    • E. 

      During my long stint at home, there was tension between him and me.

  • 9. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter, so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured out what was missing. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school, I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers.

    • B. 

      At times, it was talking about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers.

    • C. 

      At times, we talked about nothing but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers.

    • D. 

      At times, it was only the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers that was talked about.

    • E. 

      At times, the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers was only talked about.

  • 10. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter, so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured out what was missing. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school, I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      These conversations were certainly different from

    • B. 

      These conversation was certainly different from

    • C. 

      These conversations is certainly different from

    • D. 

      These conversation were certainly different from

    • E. 

      These conversations was certainly different from

  • 11. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter, so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured out what was missing. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school, I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      The creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school

    • B. 

      The creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. I coming back to school

    • C. 

      The creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. My coming back to school

    • D. 

      The creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Going back to school

    • E. 

      The creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me going back to school

  • 12. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter, so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured out what was missing. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school, I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      Has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to

    • B. 

      Has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I am gaining has led to

    • C. 

      Has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I will keep gaining has led to

    • D. 

      Has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge gained has led to

    • E. 

      Has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I gained has led to

  • 13. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter, so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured out what was missing. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school, I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      A revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.

    • B. 

      A revival of interesting thoughts I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.

    • C. 

      A revival of interesting thoughts, and I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.

    • D. 

      A revival of interesting thoughts, in addition I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.

    • E. 

      A revival of interesting thoughts; and I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.

  • 14. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem.

    • B. 

      The greatest benefit, of attending college, has definitely been my improved self-esteem.

    • C. 

      The greatest benefit of attending college, has definitely been my improved self-esteem.

    • D. 

      The greatest benefit of attending college has, definitely, been my improved self-esteem.

    • E. 

      The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been, my improved self-esteem.

  • 15. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began.

    • B. 

      For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually begun.

    • C. 

      For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually had began.

    • D. 

      For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually have begun.

    • E. 

      For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually have began.

  • 16. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years.

    • B. 

      Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I has not experienced in years.

    • C. 

      Even anticipating what would change have pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced in years.

    • D. 

      Even anticipating what would change pushed me into a gear that I had not experienced for years.

    • E. 

      Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I have not experienced in years.

  • 17. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter.

    • B. 

      I would get out of the house and do something constructive; while still spending half my day with my daughter.

    • C. 

      I would get out of the house and do something constructive, while still spending half my day with my daughter.

    • D. 

      I would get out of the house and do something constructive while still spending half my day with my daughter.

    • E. 

      I would get out of the house and do something constructive; while, still spending half my day with my daughter.

  • 18. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.

    • B. 

      I would even be dressed good and in a good mood.

    • C. 

      I would even be well dressed and in a well mood.

    • D. 

      I would even be dressed and in a good mood.

    • E. 

      I would even be well dressed and in a good mood.

  • 19. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing.

    • B. 

      Even after only one semester in college--the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing.

    • C. 

      Even after only one semester in college. The vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing.

    • D. 

      Even after only one semester in college, the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing.

    • E. 

      Even after only one semester in college; the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing.

  • 20. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself.

    • B. 

      All of my relationships has deepened, including the one with myself.

    • C. 

      All of my relationships was deepened, including the one with myself.

    • D. 

      All of my relationships is deepened, including the one with myself.

    • E. 

      All of my relationships were deepened, including the one with myself.

  • 21. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet.

    • B. 

      I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussions with friend's and people I meet.

    • C. 

      I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friends and people I meet.

    • D. 

      I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussions with friends and people I meet.

    • E. 

      I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussions' with friends' and people I meet.

  • 22. 
    A few years ago I started to feel very strongly that something was missing in my life. I have a daughter so I knew that I wasn't simply longing to have a child. Somewhere between gaining weight, never leaving the house, and spending every day in a sweat suit, I finally figured it out. I was ready to go back to college. Now that I am back in school. I can see that this decision has literally transformed my life.During my long stint at home, there was tension between my husband and me. At times, nothing was talked about but the consistency of our daughter's food or the contents of her diapers. These conversations were certainly different from the creative discussions that had drawn us to one another. Me coming back to school has drastically improved our conversations. The knowledge that I have gained has led to a revival of interesting thoughts, I feel once more like we are on an equal footing.The greatest benefit of attending college has definitely been my improved self-esteem. For example, I lost 25 pounds in the months between registering and the day that classes actually began. Even anticipating what would change has pushed me into a gear that I did not experienced for years. I would get out of the house and do something constructive. While still spending half my day with my daughter. I would even be dressed good and in a well mood.Even after only one semester in college the vast improvement in the quality of my life is astonishing. All of my relationships have deepened, including the one with myself. I have new confidence in my ability to hold more intelligent discussion's with friend's and people I meet. I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife. 
    • A. 

      I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend, and wife.

    • B. 

      I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother; friend, and wife.

    • C. 

      I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother friend and wife.

    • D. 

      I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend; and wife.

    • E. 

      I have a renewed sense of purpose; as a result, I have become a better mother, friend and wife.