According to College Board’s 2016 Student Score Distributions Guide only 10.7% of AP English Language students received a 5 in 2016.To achieve the optimal score, you’ll need to present yourself clearly with well-written essays. This grade is then multiplied by 3.0556 for the weighted score.
Students read a non-fiction passage and interpret how the author’s language choice contributed to his or her intended meaning and purpose for writing.
Then you will formulate a clear and convincing essay to sway the reader.
You must employ appropriate evidence and persuasive arguments, to make your point.
Students reply to a given topic by creating an evidence-based argument.
You can find AP English Language practice questions on the Guide to AP English Language.