AP English Essay 2014 – 2015

There are a few courses offered by the College Board in the United States of America that are complimentary to each other. For instance the AP English Language and Composition, which is often followed up with yet another English related course, AP English Literature and Composition. However, neither of these exams is easy to ace, and a lot of preparation is required for both.

The AP English Language and Composition is meant for students who have an interest in essays and nonfiction work. These could include essays of either an analytic nature or a persuasive kind. The essays could be from a range of periods as well as genres, which means that there is widespread reading invovled.

5 Steps to a 5 Writing the AP English Essay 2014-2015 is a wonderful choice for students who might be preparing for this exam, because not only does it have terms and concepts, but also practice and diagnostic tests. The book enables students to build their skill levels, and also their knowledge bank and confidence in taking exams like the AP ones.

The AP English Essay 2014 – 2015 eBook, brought out by McGraw-Hill publications is a great way to start preparing. The book is divided into five sections, the first of which is aimed at a setting a proper study schedule for the students. There are three choices, which means that there is something for everyone.

After setting up a schedule, the next step is figuring out where each student stands. In order to understand this, the AP English Essay 2014 – 2015 eBook offers a test, which gives the aspirants a chance to figure out how well off they are with the curriculum. This will also prepare them for the effort that they will have to put in, to be actually ready for the test. There are another two tests, which students will be able to find at the end of the book. These tests are based on the exact format of the AP exam and should aspirants choose to create an exam like environment, complete with a timer, it would be a great practice session. However, before getting to these exams, it would be ideal that students study the entire section on concepts and important terms.

The book includes sections on rhetorical strategies, narration, argument, contrast and comparison, exemplification and process analysis. In addition, students will also be able to work on how an essay should be structured and what the right ways of acing the exam are.

Barbara L. Murphy and Estelle M. Rankin, the authors of this book have been associated with teaching English for more than twenty years. Murphy has been an AP reader for over two decades and is also a consultant for the College Board on two divisions, namely AP English Language and Composition and Building for Success. Rankin has won not just the AP Literature Teacher of the Year award, but also the Long Island Teacher of the Year.

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