jirrion (blumenfeuer) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Is anyone familiar with the AP Spanish test?

I'm in the highest level of Spanish offered at my school. I'm supposed to take the Spanish Language AP Test at the end of the year. Now, no one in the past few years at my school has passed an AP language exam (partially because only a few people take it, partially because the teachers are haphazard), but I'd really like to pass so I can exempt myself from repeating or having to go test myself out of some Spanish in college. Can anyone recommend a review book, especially one with a with an audio CD? Or, does anyone know of some decent online or audio CD listening exercises? Something where you listen to a passage or a short conversation and then you have to answer a few questions on it.
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