The AP French Language and Culture Exam will test your French skills and ability to apply communication and language skills developed during French courses.
WHAT IS THE AP FRENCH EXAM?
Advanced Placement French Language and Culture (also known as AP French), is a class that lets US high school students earn credit for a college-level French class. It ends with the AP French Exam. The AP French test takes 3 hours.
This program is designed for people who have taken AP French classes and wish to prepare for the AP French exam.
BENEFITS OF AP FRENCH TEST PREPARATION COURSES
Our teachers help students check their level of French and then improve it while optimizing their revision for the AP French test. During the first class, an evaluation of the student's level allows us to better identify his/her needs. This way, the teacher will be able to better structure the lessons around the student's weak points and give them targeted exercises before the exam.
When choosing Global Lingua's online courses to prepare for the FSL exam, you’ll be sure to have :
- A program adapted to your needs
- Personalized courses to prepare for the exam
- Video conference courses via Google Meet to work on listening and speaking skills
- Learning objectives defined between you and the teacher
- Flexible learning path
- Frequent evaluations to monitor progress
- Exercises and mock exams to consolidate skills
AP French test preparation courses allow students to acquire the linguistic level necessary to pass the exam. The objective? To develop fluency and autonomy in order to be able to understand the content of a complex text, to communicate with a native speaker or to express an opinion clearly. The student will then be able to answer all oral and written AP French exam questions.
AP French test preparation can be done via Google Meet or by phone, whichever is more convenient for the student. Online courses are recommended to quickly improve oral comprehension, but also for written comprehension! The teacher can show documents via screen sharing, which makes the course interactive.
You can cancel a lesson or modify your schedule, without penalty, with a 48-hour notice. In your dashboard, you will find information such as the course schedule, assignments and learning objectives. You can also find some tips and fun facts about languages in our study area.
DURATION OF THE COURSES
AP French test preparation courses are given at the time that best suits the student. Generally, students choose to take 30-minute or one-hour classes, and then move on to longer classes when they feel comfortable.
OTHER FRENCH CLASSES THAT MIGHT INTEREST YOU
With Global Lingua, you can take French classes for specific needs, like written French courses or OQLF French exam preparation courses.