OK, I am done being pissed. Here is today's AP Central lesson. It looks like they are doing a practice exam.
I think this is what each of you should do each day from here on out. If they don't give a good prompt, I will find one and you can do that one instead.
I will watch it live in 20 minutes and get back to you.
By the way, I ran into one of my AP kids the other day at Stater Brothers and he asked me, "Mr. Warren, do you think I am going to pass the test?"
And I simply responded, "No."
Truth hurts, but he literally hasn't done one thing since we have been gone. Np prep. No lessons. Nothing. Well good luck with that.
OK great lesson: It's a good piece. It's not too hard or too easy.
So if you are inclined to practice: Do it. Do it all within 45 minutes. Set up a place. Type it or write it. Print it out, or not.
Upload it to email in a picture or send the document, all within 50 minutes.
I will tomorrow tell you what I would write about.
I literally just 1) read and disected the prompt. 2) Read the piece. 3) Outlined my paragrapghs and wrote my thesis. And according to the timer, I had 40 minutes to write!
You need to practice: 100 points.