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D1-The-Ultimate-Student’s-Guide-to-Preparing-for-the-AP-Spanish-Language-Exam-v2.pdf

Second best option is princetons review since its

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second best option is Princeton’s review since it’s more abbreviated but fuller than the others. It’s a popular review book but may need supplementing for a five score. If you’re more in need of a study method and already have a good foundation in the course fundamentals, use 5 to a 5 or the REA course. The steps are clear and the material well designed for easy understanding. Maybe you didn’t get as much out of your AP class as you should have but don’t have a lot of time to invest. You might do well structuring yourself with these study guides and taking extra practice tests. Unfortunately, the pre-2014 CollegeBoard’s released exams aren’t helpful, so practice with the best AP Spanish Language and Culture review books and good luck!
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide It’s almost time for the big day of your AP Spanish Language and Culture exam, but perhaps the difference between preterite and imperfect still confuses you, or you don’t quite feel prepared for the speaking section. No matter how comfortable you are with the language and topics covered on the exam, there is always room for improvement. The best way to improve is to practice, and this 30 day AP Spanish Language study guide provides just that to help you prepare to do your absolute best on this year’s exam. 109 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected]
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 110 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] About the Exam The AP Spanish Language and Culture exam takes a total of 3 hours and is composed of two main parts. Part I is the multiple choice portion with 30 questions on reading comprehension and 35 questions on listening comprehension. This portion of the exam takes one hour and 35 minutes. Part II is the free response section (frq) made up of 4 tasks of both interpersonal and presentational speaking and writing, which takes another hour and a half to complete. This guide will help you gain confidence in all these sections through repeated practice. The CollegeBoard, the organization that writes and administers the AP exams, has selected 6 main themes that the material of the exam will be based on. Notice that all these themes are interrelated and one theme includes topics from all the others. 1. Global Challenges. In this theme, you must describe social, political or scientific challenges around the world, like poverty or global warming.
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