AP French Literature

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Advanced Placement French Literature (or AP French Literature) was an Advanced Placement course and examination offered by the College Board. The course was designed to replicate a college French literature course for high school students. Students studied a variety of novels, plays, and poetry, all written in French.

Due to the low numbers of students taking AP French Literature, it was discontinued after the 2008–2009 year.[1]

Required reading[edit]

The works required by the College Board for the 2008 exam were:

Grade distributions[edit]

In the 2007 administration, 2,068 students took the exam from 478 schools. The mean score was a 3.30.

The grade distribution for 2007 was:

Score Percent
5 24.2%
4 23.5%
3 23.2%
2 16.3%
1 12.7%


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