Megan BengtsonMrs. SwartzloffAP Spanish17 August 2012 The objectives of the AP Spanish exam are to prepare the student for college and to provide a better control over the Spanish language. The course prepares students to communicate better in Spanish, and also to be better at presenting in Spanish. The course also teaches students of cultural highlights for the Spanish population and other Spanish influences.There are two sections to the AP Spanish exam. Part one is a multiple-choice section, and part two is a free-response section. Having multiple different parts of each section, the exam tests every area practiced during the class. Multiple-choice also has many listening activities to test the student’s abilities. The second section is mostly a writing section, using different sources and writings to base the essays on.