Monday, September 14, 2015

the latest in english lit.

Before I get started on my review of Estelle Rankin's 7th Edition, 5 Steps to a 5 AP English Literature 2016, I want to make sure you all are aware of the purpose of this exam. 1. your child is planning on going to college. 2. your child is interested in majoring in arts and humanities at said college. If neither of these apply to you, do not have your child take this exam because it will honestly be a big fat waste of your time, unless they are going to Harvard. Now, if they are planning on majoring in arts or humanities in college, PLEASE pick them up a copy of this test prep book. You won't be sorry because this is not an easy exam, and the 5 Steps to a 5 books are the absolute best.

5 Steps to a 5 AP English Literature 2016 is fully revised, and will fully prepare your child for the AP Literature exam by tackling the sections one by one, and outlining everything your child needs to prepare for including what to read before taking this exam. Important things I noticed? The exam does not give you relevant quotes or summaries of the works you can write about for one of your essays, so you need to be super familiar with a couple of major books before you begin. Literary devices should also be memorized. Multiple choice question anxiety will be ever present during this exam, taking a chill pill should cure it right up. You're welcome.

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