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WHAT IS THE GRAMMAR BOWL?
The EGUMPP Grammar Bowl is a unique opportunity for 9th grade students in the Pennsylvania counties of Lancaster and York to participate in an academic competition focusing on grammar concepts and terminology.
The EGUMPP Grammar Bowl is hosted and administered by the The National Foundation for Improving English Grammar and Writing
What is EGUMPP?
EGUMPP (English Grammar Usage Mechanics Punctuation Program) is a highly interactive online platform for learning grammar, usage, punctuation, and writing mechanics.
For the EGUMPP Grammar Bowl, participants must complete the Grammar Module with a final score of 91% or higher by April 9, 2016 April 23, 2016, to advance to the
Semifinals. Verified participants will receive a FREE EGUMPP Grammar Module license key.
About the Grammar Module (Module I)
The Grammar Module includes 20 lessons and a Mastery Test. Each lesson includes a lesson video, leaning content, two practice exercises, and a graded test.
Each test can be attempted as many times as desired in order to improve the lesson grade.* Most students can complete the Grammar Module in 15 to 20 hours.
How EGUMPP is Graded
For the Grammar Module, the final grade is a combination of the 20 lesson grades and the mastery test grade.
The 20 lesson grades are averaged together and account for 50 percent of the final grade, and the mastery test grade accounts for the other 50 percent of the final grade.
* Until the mastery test is started, any lesson test may be attempted as many times as desired to improve a lesson grade. Once the mastery test is started, lesson grades can no longer be improved.