About Me

Well, you’ve been reading my tips and assorted tidbits of knowledge about succeeding in AP Lit, but who am I?

I’m a sarcastic and creative Third-Year college student working towards a degree in Computer Game Science. I love curling up with a hot cup of tea and a good book almost as much as I love curling up with a hot cup of tea and my laptop.

I took AP Lit and AP Comp in high school and earned a 4 and 5, respectively. My experiences in these classes prompted me to create this website during the summer between leaving high school and entering college.

Why did I make this Guide?
In short, because I was sick and tired of spazzing around the Internet attempting to find help for AP Lit. Everything I found was written by teachers, for teachers. And anything at attempted to address students was written in such pompous language that I could barely tell what they were trying to say. It was not helpful at all. So, The Guide was born.

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Summer reading, while annoying and generally the bane of all students-enjoying-their-well-deserved-vacation’s existence, is still important. Not because the book will change your life, but because the first couple weeks of school (not counting the arbitrary getting-to-know-you first day) center around it. Make sure you know what your summer reading is, read it, and remember enough of it to get by.