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I second this. I found the website very helpful.
Originally Posted by IrishJohn
A lot of questions: who wrote the following book based on the passage, lots of interpret the meaning of this poem, a few: order these books in chronological order. There were a handful of authors I never heard of in the questions, and a few authors I never heard of in the answers.(Probably something to throw you off). All in all, I used educational portal and Barron's study keys as a reference and passed. You definitely need something that go's into analysis of the work and short synopsis is very helpful.
I found the hardest part of the test was the interpreting poems sections. Some were clear, but others were so confusing I had no idea what the right answer was and put forth my best guess. Thanks to educational portal, I was able to save time and answer a number of these because the purpose had already been discussed.
(Disclaimer: I also took 2 semesters of American Literature in HS. Moons ago)
Last edited by CLEP_enthusiast; 08-16-2013 at 09:15 PM.
CLEP: Intro. Psychology -- 69, American Literature -- 61
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