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Shmoop’s guide to the AP English Literature exam will help you navigate the murky waters of literature. It’s okay – the pool guy gets here on Tuesday.
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¿Quieres agregar algunas florituras retóricas a tu estilo de escribir? Peruse Gabriel García Márquez--or read Shmoop's guide to the AP Spanish Language exam.
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If you still think prehistoric animals can talk, warm your testing chops with Shmoop’s guide to the AP Human Geography exam.
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