Your essay must attend to the stylistic and pragmatic choices the author made for the piece.
Then surmise how these decisions affect the author’s ability to address their intended audience, or possibly multiple unintended readers.
According to the AP English Language Course Description the exam strives to test reading and writing skills necessary for successful college careers and intellectual and civically responsible involvement in the world, as a whole.
The review includes three free-response prompts within 2 hours and 15 minutes.
The AP English Language course is designed to develop critical literacy and facilitate informed citizenship in students.
To that end, students examine and discuss non-fiction works of various types and themes, summarizing who is being addressed, what is being said, how the idea is being presented and why it is being said.
offers model AP style questions for various topics.
Read different prompts, write practice essays and improve your performance.
Use the resources available to read and practice answering real AP questions.
There are free-response questions from past exams, along with example responses, and scoring on College Board.