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December 09, 2011


In this part . . .
Get ready to read this part like a racer. In Chapter 1, you’re in the starting block, scanning the track, checking out what’s where, and sneaking a glance at the trophy awaiting you at the finish line. In other words, Chapter 1 tells you everything you need to know about the AP English Literature and Composition exam — what the test is like, how to sign up, and whether you should take an AP English Literature class. Chapter 2 is all about time and is aimed at both marathoners and sprinters. It explains how to hone your kills in reading and writing if you have a few months or more to prepare for the AP exam, if you’re reading this book only a week or so before the exam, or even (gulp!) the night before. Chapter 3 addresses overall fitness. I tell you how to get the most out of your English class, whether it carries the AP designation or not. The strategies in Chapter 3 will improve your grades, both on your report card and on the AP exam.


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