AP English Literature Prep
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5 Steps to a 5: 500 AP English Literature Questions to Know by Test Day, Second Edition
From the poems of Emily Dickinson to the works of Virginia Woolf there is a lot of subject matter to know if you want to succeed on your AP English Literature exam. That’s why we’ve selected these 500 AP-style questions and answers that cover all topics found on this exam. The targeted questions will prepare you for what you’ll see on test day, and help you study more effectively and use your review time wisely to achieve your best score.
Each question includes a concise, easy-to-follow explanation in the answer key. You can use these questions to supplement your overall AP English Literature preparation or run them all shortly before the test. Either way, 5 Steps to a 5: 500 AP English Literature Questions will get you closer to achieving the score you want on test day.
This free application includes all questions in Chapter 1 - British Poetry (1-67). The remaining 433 questions are available through an in-app purchase of $15.99.
This app has been designed for the iPhone/iPad with interactive features.
-Study/Timed Exam/Bookmark modes are available for review.
-In the Study mode, check the answers as you tackle the questions.
-In the Timed Exam mode, time yourself and review the answers after the time is up.
-In the Bookmark mode, review only the questions you have flagged for further study.
-File away correctly answered questions after each practice test.
-Opt to include questions from previous quizzes.
-Store practice test scores to track your progress.
-Save your work to the iCloud to access on multiple devices.
About the Author
Shveta Verma Miller has taught English literature and English as a foreign language at the high school and college level in the United States, Europe, and Asia. She currently works as an instructional coach for middle and high school literacy specialists and English Language Arts teachers. She has a bachelor’s degree in English literature from the University of California, Berkeley, a master’s degree in modern literature from the University of London, England, and a master's degree in Education. She most recently taught AP English Literature in New York City public schools.