Good ways to practice for a grammar test include taking practice tests provided by a teacher, tutor, school or online educational website and completing grammar worksheets to review concepts. Online tutorials with interactive quizzes also help students prepare for grammar tests and often provide an assessment of academic areas where students are struggling with concepts such as use of punctuation, capitalization or subject and verb agreement.
Students can also practice for a grammar test by creating flash cards with definitions of grammar concepts. For example, one side of the flash card can include a question such as "What is a comma splice?" and the reverse side of the card can include the explanation. Include grammar rules and examples that prompt students to choose the correct pronoun usage or identify the subject in a sentence.
Students who study with their classmates may be better prepared for a grammar test. Utilize the knowledge of peers to learn more about concepts of grammar that are more difficult. Create a practice quiz and test each other's knowledge of sentence structures and grammar rules. Students may also better prepare themselves for a grammar quiz by diagramming sentences with guidance from a teacher or tutor. Learn the parts of speech to better understand how sentences are compiled in a grammatically correct manner.