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Always Do the Reading
Lots of Writing
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
AP classes are unlike any other classes you will take during your high school career. They prepare you for college classes and are fun to take. In my class, we read books and held in depth discussions about them. You learn different things from different students because everyone was able to interpret the books differently. Overall it was a fun class to take and it was nice getting to know more about people and their views.
The highlights of this course was the books that were read in class: King Lear, Waiting for Godot, The picture of Dorian Gray, Invisible Man, etc. Those books were books that I've never heard of before and some were challenging to read. I learned how to do in depth reading and analysis to find greater meaning in a work and the way the author uses words and language to convey that to the readers.
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AP classes are preparing you for college so these classes have more independent study involved. You have to keep up with studying and reviewing notes from previous terms (or semesters) because you will need them in the future.