If you’re taking the AP® English Language exam and wondering what commonly asked questions are surrounding the test, you’ll want to read this post. In it, we review what the format of AP® English Language is, what the pass rates are, and how to start preparing.
Not sure what will be on and what will not be on this year’s AP® English Language exam? In this post, we’ll go over the exam format, FRQs to practice, and give you resources to start studying today.
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The AP® Language and Composition exam tests your ability to not only read content, but also to analyze what you have read and draw conclusions to present in an argument. The test consists of two parts: multiple choice and free response.
Did you know that you can take some of your time in high school to earn college credits? Well, it’s true. Some of your efforts in high school can lead to college credit. How does it work? If you take the AP® English Language and Composition class in high school and pass the corresponding exam, then you can earn credits towards your degree. Not only that, but you will be able to improve your English language skills too.
Within the AP® English Language curriculum are certain books that will assist you in answering free response questions during the exam as well as some
The AP® English Language and Composition test. It’s what you’ve been working towards all year long. While one month of remaining study time may seem like enough, it will pass quickly. This one-month study guide is designed to enhance and reinforce what you have already learned in class and provide you with ample practice in every area you will be tested in.
The AP® English Language exam tests your knowledge of English language and focuses on rhetorical analysis of nonfiction texts, along with the development and revision of well-reasoned, evidence-centered analytic and argumentative writing.
In no time, it’ll be here. Will you be ready? The AP® English Language and Composition exam is tough but not impossible. Sure, you must study hard and write as many essays as possible to succeed, but a few handy tips and some guidance goes a long way in preparing you for what to expect.