Kaplan AP English Literature and Composition 2009

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Kaplan Publishing, Jan 6, 2009 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 352 pages
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Youíve spent the year gaining advanced knowledge. Now itís time to reap the rewards: money-saving college credit or advanced placement, and an admissions edge. Yet a top score on the AP exam requires more than knowing the material. Even if your instructor was great and you worked hard in class, you need to get comfortable with the test format itself, preparing for pitfalls and arming yourself with foolproof strategies. Thatís where the Kaplan plan offers the clear advantage. With more than 70 years of proven test-prep experience, Kaplan has developed unique study guides that provide cutting-edge review while honing your test-taking skills.

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Kaplan AP English Literature and Composition includes:

  • 3 full-length practice tests
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  • targeted content review
  • key terminology defined in context
  • sample essays for free-response questions
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How can this book be considered the "best on the market" when the author erroneously attributes to George Orwell a famous quotation that was written by Jonathan Swift? (page 62: litotes)

About the author (2009)

Denise Pivarnik-Nova is an AP English Teacher and an independent consultant for the Midwest Office of the College Board in AP English and English Vertical Teams (pre-AP). She has been an English AP Exam reader for over 16 years. She has taught freshman literature and composition at the college level as well as in high school. In addition to working on College Board publications and other AP prep materials, Denise is a teacher and College Advisor at Breck School in Golden Valley, Minnesota. Every summer she facilitates AP English teacher workshops throughout the Midwest.

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