The RLA test focuses on three essential groupings of skills:
The ability to read closely
The ability to write clearly
The ability to edit and understand the use of standard written English in context
When studying for the RLA test, you will learn reading and writing concepts, including grammar. You’ll need to read excerpts from a variety of informational and literary sources and show your understanding, draw conclusions, and write clearly. Your writing will demonstrate your ability to analyse two passages, decide which argument has more convincing evidence and explain why the evidence supports your choice.