The Unpredictability Factor...?

<p>What's up guys,</p>

<p>Well, I'm at that stage now (which I'm sure many, if not most, of you are familiar with) where I can manage a 700+ on all three sections and close to a perfect score on the math section.</p>

<p>However, there's always that small, random, ENTIRELY unpredictable set of 1-4 questions that I miss on the writing section. If I make the same grammar error consistently, it would be easy for me to fix the problem. But the couple of writing questions I miss are those oddball type questions that are pretty much designed to trick you. </p>

<p>I'm pretty sure many of you know what [kinds of questions] I'm talking about, and I'm making this post in hopes that some of you have found ways to fix this problem. Do I just take more practice writing sections? And take the actual test hoping that I guess correctly on these tricky questions? Is this what everyone does, or is there a way guarantee accuracy even on these tricky questions?</p>

<p>Thanks,
Zenythz</p>

<p>Note: My main concern is writing, but feel free to answer in regards to any section. I've found that *all *the section have these sorts of "oddball" problems that tend to surprise test-takers.</p>

<p>I agree that there are some odd ball questions, but the only way you can avoid them is keep practicing. The more you see, the better you can answer. Yeah, you need to guess sometimes on the test (obv, you won't know every question --unless your collegeboard)</p>