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How to Score a 5 on the AP English Language and Composition Exam

How to Score a 5 on the AP English Language and Composition Exam

Getting ready to take the AP English Language and Composition exam? Check out these study tips from Olympia, WA tutor Tali H...   The AP English Language and Composition exam is just over three hours, encompassing a 55-question 60-minute multiple-choice section (45% of total score) and a 135-minute time period to write three essays (55% of total score). The more complicated part of the test, the essays, is what I’ll be focusing on in this article. However, in regard to the mult … Read More

How to Score a 5 on the AP English Language and Composition Exam
Getting ready to take the AP English Language and Composition exam? Check out these study tips from Olympia, WA tutor Tali H...   The AP English Language and Composition exam is just over three hours, encompassing a 55-question 60-minute multiple-choice section (45% of total score) and a 135-minute time period to write three essays (55% of total score). The more complicated part of the test, the essays, is what I’ll be focusing on in this article. However, in regard to the mult
5 Crucial Study Skills for Middle School
Middle school is a great time to identify your learning style and strengthen your overall study skills. Read on as Decatur, GA tutor Ezra A. shares his top tips for success...   One of the most important factors determining a person’s success is their ability to learn – and many strong learners begin by developing study skills in middle school. In a world that just gets busier and busier, students need efficient ways to learn. Sure, you could hammer a chapter into your skull by re
5 Fun Addition Games for Kids
Math doesn't have to be boring! Take a look at these ideas to have fun and encourage learning with your kids, from Dallas, TX tutor Kristin S.:    Are you looking for ways to get your kids excited about math? Incorporating it into familiar surroundings and activities can make it naturally enjoyable! Try these five fun addition games to give your youngster the gifts of practice and play. Count 'em Cars This is a 2-player game that's great for summer road trips! To start, eac
The Benefits of Reading Aloud With Your Child (and How to Get the Most Out of It)
How important is reading aloud to children? Here, Chicago tutor Galen B. reviews the benefits and some helpful tips...  Whether your child is not yet talking or is working on chapter books, reading aloud with her is a valuable exercise. According to the U.S. Department of Education, “reading aloud to children is the single most important activity for building knowledge and eventual success.”1 It introduces vocabulary and word-sound association, which builds the foundation for literacy. It
How to Make Algebra Practice Problems Fun for Kids
Whether you've got a child who needs a little extra time outside of class to understand difficult math concepts, or you're a private tutor looking for ways to freshen up lessons, algebra practice problems with a fun twist can go a long way. And the good news is, you don't need to pull your hair out thinking up ideas. Any normal situation can be turned into an algebra practice problem - all you have to do is get a little creative! Below are a few ideas to get you started...  Coins Using coins

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