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Writing Tip of the Week Ten Top Mistakes in Students' Writing Learning how to edit is just as important as learning how to write well. That's because good writing is 20 percent inspiration and 80 percent revision. Before you hand in your work next time, correct the Ten Top Mistakes in your writing and you'll be happy you did because your marks will show it! Good luck! 1. Unnecessary Words Eliminate words that don't need to be in your writing in order for the reader to make sense out of the story. They only add clutter to your writing. Weak: I ate pizza for dinner, then I worked on the computer, and then I went to bed. Strong: I ate pizza for dinner, worked on the computer, and went to bed.

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