It is important for one’s writing to have a sense of organization and continuity so the reader can easily understand the presented information. This can be achieved through relaying the information in a logical order and separating different ideas into paragraphs.
Make sure each paragraph has a specific focus.
Paragraphs are generally used to create separation and organization of ideas in writing. If paragraphs lack focus, the writing will appear jumbled and incoherent, with no clear purpose. Make sure that each sentence in a particular paragraph supports the main idea of that paragraph.
Make sure sentences unify the sentences around them.
You may be asked to choose the best place for a sentence in a passage. A sentence should expand on the sentence before it and lead into the sentence after it. A sentence should not discuss an unfamiliar topic or term if that topic has not been introduced earlier in the passage.
Do not include extraneous information.
When writing, ask yourself if the information adds information or clarity to the passage. Do not include unnecessary information in the passage, as it distracts from the main idea.