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

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121 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Day Six Time for another frq practice! This time, look over question 2 from the 2014, 2015 and 2016 exams available on the CollegeBoard website . Notice that these are all formal writing pieces, so pay careful attention to the requirements. Since there are three sample questions from this topic, create a short outline for two of them and only write out your complete answer for one of them. Make sure to read over the answer key when you are done to see what the graders were looking for. Take any relevant notes in your “Topics to Review” list or on the Science and Technology theme page in your notebook. Then, to close out your study session, remember to do some listening and vocabulary practice as well. By now, understanding spoken Spanish should be a little easier than when you started out. Day Seven Awesome job so far; you are halfway through this review! Today’s task is going to be challenging, but you are ready. Go to the Barron’s website and take a full length practice exam . This exam is modeled closely after the real exam, so try to take it all in one sitting if you can to properly simulate exam conditions. The hardest part of the exam isn’t really the content but time management, so completing a full length exam before the real deal is key. Take note of any sections that take you longer than the time limit so you can target your practice in the next few weeks and get more efficient. As you take the exam, notice that the instructions are exactly same as the ones you read on day one. Memorizing these directions can save you precious time on the exam, so try your best to understand them before test day. This can save you precious minutes on the AP exam.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 122 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Week Three Day One Now it is time to move on to the Contemporary Life theme. Once again, Albert.io is a great place for practice multiple choice questions, so pick a topic that interests you and answer at least 15 of the questions. If you noticed that the multiple choice section of the full length exam took a little too long for you to complete, try setting a time limit on each question so you can practice doing them faster and faster. Also, if you are still a little weak in writing or speaking, practice those with this theme. Either write a short paragraph summarizing the topic you read about for the multiple choice questions, or record a 2-3 minute spoken summary, or do both! For your listening practice, check out this song about the Dominican Republic that also includes some subjunctive review. The lyrics are also available on the website. Then, learn your new vocabulary words.
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