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English Lit and Spanish Lang: worth studying?

veggieheadgeekveggieheadgeek Registered User Posts: 103 Junior Member
edited April 2008 in AP Tests Preparation
Like many of you, I'm taking waaay too many AP tests this year and am trying to figure out how I can possibly study for all of my tests (seeing how I have to completely re-learn chem!). To anyone who has taken English Lit or Spanish Lang, can I get away with not studying for these? It seems like on those tests you either know stuff or you don't, and no amount of studying will prepare you.

Advice?
Post edited by veggieheadgeek on

Replies to: English Lit and Spanish Lang: worth studying?

  • sciencenerdsciencenerd Registered User Posts: 1,520 Senior Member
    For Spanish you can try reviewing stuff and talking in Spanish so that might help. For Lit review some books, but don't do too much studying.
  • shasheenmachineshasheenmachine Registered User Posts: 98 Junior Member
    I'm taking both of those this year as well and I'm not even bothering to study for Spanish. The exam is so hard and I know there's no possible way I'll get a 4 or 5. Not worried at all about Lit, though. As long as you know literary terms for the poetry passages and essays, you should be okay.
  • ceebee63ceebee63 Registered User Posts: 599 Member
    English lit is ridiculously easy, to be honest.
  • lethargytmlethargytm Registered User Posts: 1,068 Member
    review the books for lits. cb has a list of recommended books (novels) you should know.
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