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theses and well-constructed arguments but no sources at all! You cannot receive a passing score if you do not include at least one source.” Insider tip : You do not need to explicitly cite the sources in your written essay. Sometimes doing so can even make your writing a little clunky. However, keep in mind that graders are looking to check off the three sources as one element of a good essay. Make it easy on them! Find some way to cite your sources clearly in your essay: boom, boom, boom. One less thing for you to lose points on. 14. Oh no, audio. We’ve said it before, speak clearly. Too often graders will not that they have a hard time just understanding students such as one grader of the audio section: “I sometimes struggle to just understand what the students are saying. Once in a while a student will speak far too fast, for example. Others are too quiet. As you record yourself, imagine yourself on the receiving end of the audio. Would you be able to understand yourself at that volume? That speed? I even go so far as to have my students record themselves speaking and play it back so that they can see how their speech comes across on a recording not always how it seems!” Are you a teacher or student? Do you have an awesome tip? Let us know!
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The Ultimate List of AP Spanish Language and Culture Tips Cont. 154 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] The AP Spanish Language and Culture exam is a doozy. But every year more than 100,000 students take the test with almost half receiving a score of 4 or 5. They rely on excellent study habits beginning from day one of class, a great resource in their AP Spanish teacher, and sources like this list of exam tips. Come prepared to test day with not only your verb charts memorized but also a bunch of insider tips on how to beat the exam from the inside. Let’s recap: • Use. Your. Sources. (Do we need to say it again?) • Actually respond to the prompt! • When in doubt, keep talking. • When in doubt, stop writing. Armed with this knowledge, there’s no way you can’t succeed on the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam. On test day, perform your best knowing that you’ve done all you can to prepare: incorporating Spanish into your daily life, constant review of vocabulary, taking full practice tests. These are all the things that will get you to a passing grade on the exam. Ánimo ! Keep reading for great insider tips on other AP foreign language tests including the AP Spanish Literature and Culture exam. Start your AP Spanish Language Prep today
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