When I was preparing for the WKT portion of the RPR, I had no idea what to study. Some reporters said to study everything, others said it's everyday information that every working reporter would already know.
I felt like I was shooting in the dark in the days leading up to my exam date. When I finally sat down to take my test, though, I breathed a sigh of relief for the most part.
It wasn't as bad as I feared, and afterwards I was rewarded with a "you passed" letter. I want you to have the same experience, and I've included several study guides that will help you pass your WKT exam.
I have to disagree with you. Goog grammar doesn't become outdated. They are both still highly recommended by the NCRA.
Please note: Morson's and One Word, Two Words were published approximately 17 years ago. Styles and words have changed rendering these two books outdated.
Yeah, when I took it there were a few questions that left me going huh? Lol
Congrats, Abby! It's like some (other) job tests. You do there and discover you have all sorts of questions: math, logic, etc.