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This class was tough.
AP Language and Composition taught me so insightfully how to argue, and how best to be swayed by arguments. The greatest thing about this course is it forced me to ask questions about society and literature, which enriched every experience thereafter.
AP Language and Composition forced me to ask questions about society, literature, my own life, and truly any piece of text or art. Once one starts to question things, or validate them, there is a certain amount of confidence to be gained. That is, because after validating something, you can choose to trust it, or not, but with substantial reasoning. The inverse effect is that if one then wants to be trusted, one must provide proof of their credibility. AP Language and Composition taught me the difference between substance and nonsense.
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Just be willing to work hard. Another very important thing to consider is time management. If one manages their time well, then this class is definitely doable. Challenging, of course, but doable.