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Review Chapter 5. Lesson 2 Randomly choose selections from Section I of the Practice Test 1: Diagnostic and the other Practice Tests and review the Answer Key and Explanations to remind yourself of the strategies you can use to unlock the answers. Reread Scoring the AP English Language & Composition Test, pp. 5–8. Assemble all materials you will need on test day: pens, pencils, a watch, and your registration information. The Panic Plan Eighteen weeks, nine weeks, how about two weeks? If you are the kind of person who puts everything off until the last possible minute, here is a two-week Panic Plan.
Com Chapter 2: Practice Test 1: Diagnostic 45 ................................................................. Directions: Read the passage below carefully. Write a well-organized essay that evaluates the elements of rhetoric and style found in the passage. Explain how the writer uses these elements to communicate with his audience and to achieve his purpose. ” We all know what he meant: that when you are young, you have the power to do anything, but you don’t know what to do. Then, when you have got old and experience and observation have taught you answers, you are tired, frightened; you don’t care, you want to be left alone as long as you yourself are safe; you no longer have the capacity or the will to grieve over any wrongs but your own.
SUMMING IT UP P ART II ........................................................ DIAGNOSING STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES ................................................................... CHAPTER 2 Practice Test 1: Diagnostic ✁ 25 ................................................................. SECTION I A O B O C O D O E 1. O A O B O C O D O E 19. O A O B O C O D O E 37. O 2. 20. E O A O B O C O D O E 38. O A O B O C O D O E 3. O A O B O C O D O E 21. O A O B O C O D O E 39. O A O B O C O D O E 4.