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Advanced Placement Latin Exam Tutorial

  • 1 hour
  • $50 USD/per hour
  • Zoom Meeting

Service Description

Only 20% of all high school students who take the Latin Advanced Placement Exam get a 3 or higher. How do you get that 3, 4 or the best 5 score? There is a method to the madness. Let Mr. O show you how to get into that 20th percentile so that you not only pass the Latin Advanced Placement Exam but if your college or university accepts AP credits, get your score accepted for equivalent course work at university when you enroll. As the AP Latin Exam has gone through several revisions over the last few decades (Cicero was dropped and Caesar was brought back), the AP Latin Exam’s two main authors and works are Vergil’s Aeneid and Gaius Julius Caesar’s De Bello Gallico. Pliny the Younger makes an appearance, as do Horace and Catullus and even Martial and Livy. Mr. O guides you through this exam and teaches you how to “beat the test.” Use caution, however, as it generally takes about 36 months to prep the preliminary groundwork to take on the very difficult AP Latin Exam. A student should have a pretty good grasp on Latin grammar and morphology, some historical background of the works featured in the exam, the times in which the authors wrote and lived, as well an ability to do literary analysis and produce the long-form essays with AP Latin inspired prompts. Model AP Latin Exams provided to the students to sharpen their test-taking skills.

Contact Details


5715 Trieda Drive, Melbourne, FL, USA

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