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

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Alternatively, watch your favorite movie translated into Spanish. Most movies on DVD or Netflix have Spanish dubbing and watching a movie you already know the plot to can help your comprehension immensely. Challenge yourself to turn of English subtitles as well! Some recommendations are any of the Harry Potter movies, Mean Girls , or a Disney classic.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 128 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] The Final Days For the last two days of this 30 day AP Spanish study guide, and any remaining days leading up to the exam, look over anything you have written on your “Topics to Review” page. Use any resources listed on this page, or ones you find on your own, to review. Also go over the Albert.io study materials, focusing on any sections or themes you didn’t do too well on. Then, read over any topic ideas you have for each theme and try to familiarize yourself with relevant vocabulary for each of these themes. Remember to continue reading and listening to Spanish every day to keep up with your exposure. The more you read and listen, the better you will do on the exam. Take the day before the exam off, or at least only read or listen to Spanish on this day. You don’t want to burn yourself out and perform poorly on an exam you have worked so hard to prepare for! Day of the Exam Checklist Congratulations! If you have successfully completed this AP Spanish Language study guide, you are well prepared to do your best on the exam. Don’t let all your preparations go to waste by not being organized on exam day. Here’s a checklist of things to remember on the big day. Your school or testing center might have specific guidelines, but this is a general list. 1. Get a good night’s sleep. Try not to study too much the night before and get to bed 15-30 minutes earlier than your normally would to help you wake up refreshed. 2. Eat breakfast. Even if it just a banana or smoothie, a breakfast with simple sugars and protein can help your mind perform at its best. 3. #2 pencils and pens. Remember, the free response essays must be done in pen, so make sure you bring a few so you don’t run out of ink.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 129 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Also be sure you have a few reliable, sharpened pencils and a good, smudge proof eraser for the multiple choice section. 4. Government- issued ID. This can be a driver’s license or school ID, but either way, the exam proctors will need to check your identity. 5. Analogue watch. Electronics are not allowed in the testing room, so if you want to keep track of your time, bring in an analogue watch. Most testing centers will have one, but you can never be too sure.
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