Grace Freedson, Series Editor
An exciting new series of study guides that lets each student design a course of study pitched to his or her individual needs and learning style
Each year, more than one million U.S. high school students take one or more advanced placement (AP) exams, and, according to official projections, that number will continue to rise in the years ahead. That is because AP exams confer important benefits on those who do well on them. High AP scores are indispensable to gaining admission to most elite colleges. They provide students with a competitive edge when competing for grants and scholarships. And they allow students to bypass required university survey courses, saving on skyrocketing tuition fees.
Designed to coincide perfectly with the most current
AP exams, Five Steps to a 5 on the Advanced Placement Examinations guides contain several advanced features that set them above all competitors. Each guide is structured around an ingenious Five-Step Plan. The first step is to develop a study plan, the second builds knowledge, the third and fourth hone test-taking skills and strategies, and the fifth fosters the confidence students need to ace the tests. This flexible study tool is also tailored to three types of students. For the more structured student there is a "Month-by-Month" approach that follows the school year and a "Calendar Countdown" approach that begins with the new year. For students who leave studying to the last minute "Basic Training" covers the basics in just four weeks.
Other outstanding features include:
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A Perfect Plan for the Perfect Score!
5 reasons to make this your guide to acing the AP Language and Composition exam:
And if that's not enough, here are 5 more great reasons to choose this guide over all the other AP English Language and Composition test prep books:
Grace Freedson is president of Grace Freedson Publishing Network and a former editor in chief of Barron's Educational Series.
Barbara Murphy is on the faculty of Syracuse University's Project Advance in English. She taught AP Language and other college-level courses for over 20 years. She has been a reader of the AP Language and Composition Exam and is a consultant for the College Board's AP Language and Composition division.
Estelle Rankin taught AP Literature for over 25 years. She was honored with the AP Literature Teacher of the Year Award in 1996 and received the Long Island Teacher of the Year Award in 1990.
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