Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP Study Guide|
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP Test
The Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP test is for anyone who
knows how to read. This is hands down the easiest CLEP test that is currently
offered. This test requires you to read passages, stories or poems and
answer questions about them. You do not need to have read the stories
or poems previously. This CLEP study guide will give you detailed examples and exercises
to test your analysis skills and think deeper about the material. We’ll
steer you in the right direction with our list of other books to study
or review as well as train you with 100 sample test questions. This book will teach
you everything you need to know to pass this test.
The Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP test covers fiction,
plays and poetry. To be able to answer all the questions correctly, we
will teach you the principles and the vocabulary. The Analyzing and Interpreting
Literature CLEP test covers the same content as a two semester course at
the university level. After you have taken and passed this test, you may be interested in taking the American Literature CLEP test or the English Literature CLEP test. Each test shares the same terminology and vocabulary basics which will give you a jumpstart on learning the material.
||CLEP Credits: 3-6
||CLEP Difficulty: 2
Number of Questions on the CLEP Test: 80
ACE Recommended Passing Score: 50
CLEP Subject Areas Covered:
35-45% Prose (fiction and nonfiction)
50-65% British literature
30-45% American literature
5-15% Works in translation
3-7% Classical and pre-Renaissance
20-30% Renaissance and 17th century
35-45% 18th and 19th centuries
25-35% 20th century
CLEP Practice Questions In Study Guide
Free Sample CLEP Questions Online
Included in the Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP Study Guide
- Interpreting Literature
- How to Read Literary Works
- Literary Criticism
- Young Goodman Brown
- Plot and "Story of an Hour"
- Points of View
- Tone and Language
- Reading the Novel
- Plot Summary of Moby Dick
- Plot Summary of The Scarlet Letter
- Plot Summary of The Great Gatsby
- Plot Summary of The Last of the Mohicans
- Plot Summary of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
- Understanding Poetry
- Analyzing Poetry
- Word Choice and Word Order
- Figures of Speech
- Reading Drama
- Writing About Drama
- Characters in Drama
- The Oedipus Trilogy
- Reading Hamlet
- Shakespeare's Theatre
- Plot Summary of Hamlet
- Issues in Hamlet
- Sample Test Questions
- Answer Key
- Test Taking Strategies
- What Your Score Means
- Test Preparation
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