AP values are starting to be secreted, and students around the nation will figure out if they elapsed the notorious exams. Most students are anxious to find out the results–especially those who wrote their papers about the James Charles and Tati Westbrook
But the College Board should not be surprised to find Twitter and YouTube vlogger beef being written about in their essays. In the nations of the world of the internet, two elegance moguls is the equivalent of a Kamala Harris/ Joe Biden takedown at a presidential debate–minus, of course, the value of an entire country on their backs.
The essay prompt on the AP Language exam called for students to write about something they felt was " overrated ." And though discussing the induce is prohibiting per College Board guidelines, those rules apparently do not apply on Twitter.
" I can't believe I only wrote about the Tati and James Charles scandal for my polemical AP Lang test ," said Twitter user @AlondrGutierrez.
I can't believe I time wrote about the Tati and James Charles gossip for my argumentative AP Lang test. #overrated-- alondra gutierrez (@ AlondrGutierrez) May 15, 2019
" The AP graders all learning about the James Charles theatre from all our disagreement papers ," tweeted @AWanderingGhost
" Me march into the ap lang exam tomorrow ready to write about the james charles/ tati scandal as an example in my argument paper ," tweeted @frenchornfatale.
me walking into the ap lang exam tomorrow ready to write about the james charles/ tati gossip as an example in my dispute essay pic.twitter.com/ hdqmdGqzgO-- maya