AP English Literature: Exam Format and Question Types The AP Literature Exam is a threehour exam that contains two sections. First is an hourlong, 55question multiple choice section, and then a two hour, three question freeresponse section. Sample C In Henry James story, The Pupil James introduces three main characters, Mrs.
Moreen, Morgan Moreen, and Pemberton. All three of these characters interact with each other and it is through this interaction that one can see the character of each. In the passage from" The Pupil"various elements come together to help create the story.
Henry James details the mocking of society's precious social classes with the use of dramatic tones and verisimilitude among the character relationships. AP English Language and Composition Course Description, Effective Fall 2014 Sample AP English Language and Composition Exam Questions The following multiplechoice and freeresponse exam questions are typical of those The AP English Literature and Composition Exam uses multiplechoice questions and freeresponse prompts to test students' skills in literary analysis of prose and verse texts.
The multiple choice section tests critical reading skills. Students read several passages and answer questions about the content, form, and style of each.
We would like to show you a description here but the site wont allow us. Transcript of AP Essay 2" The Pupil" AP Essay 2" The Pupil" Henry James 1891 Student Errors and Omissions What can I take away? Literary Devices Close Reading Structure of Essay What is 21st Century Literature? intro to 21st century lit class. Thesis Statement. More prezis by author Popular presentations. See more popular or 2004 Ap ENGLISH LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION FREERESPONSE QUESTIONS Question 2 (Suggested time 40 minutes.
This question counts as onethird of the total essay section score. ) The following passage comes from the opening of" The Pupil" (1891), a story by Henry James. Read the passage carefully. 2004 Scoring Commentary The College Board is a notforprofit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the association is composed of more than 4, 500 schools, colleges, universities, and other educational organizations.