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Afraid that you will fall into the chasm of chiasmus or be consumed by the pterodactylic hexameter?

Bolster your knowledge of the deliberative subjunctive, Maecenas and the Etruscans, and what exactly are the three parts of Gaul with Shmoop's guide to the AP Latin exam.

Test-Taking Tips

Specifically designed for mastering the AP Latin exam. Learn how to scan the dactylic hexameter, how to define pietas, and how to recognize the dreaded tmesis. We even go over indirect statement, just for kicks.

Three Full-Length Practice Exams

Curious what it's like to spend an hour reading Latin passages from Vergil and Caesar to Ovid and Cicero and answering 50 multiple-choice questions, and then spend another 2 hours writing essays, translations, and short answers? Take a full-length practice exam with Shmoop... and then brush up with another, and another.

Practice Drills

If you're a pro at reading prose but are lacking in the poetry department, or if you need to practice your sight reading skills, never fear; polish up your Latin comprehension skills with drills, drills, and—yep—even more drills.

Extreme Topic Review

Check out our in-depth study guide and review your Latin grammar, your knowledge of the Aeneid and the Gallic War, and rhetorical devices.

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The AP Latin Diagnostic Exam will help you figure out what you need to practice to get your best score.

  • Syllabus Reading

  • Sight Reading

  • Translation

  • Analytical Essay

  • Short Answers

  • Latin Grammar Review (Subjunctive! Conditionals! Comparatives!)

  • A glossary of 500 Latin words

  • Reading Vergil and Reading Caesar Guides

  • Aeneid and Gallic War Summaries

  • Key Themes and Historical Contexts

  • Key Characters

  • Poetry and Prose Style Guides

  • Practice Drills

  • 3 Full-Length Practice Exams

  • Earn Points. Climb the Leaderboard. Win Shmoop Gear.

  • And a lot more!

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