StudyStack – This website has flashcards for a wealth of tests absolutely free. Fortunately for you, one of the tests covered is this one. You can click through all of the flashcards, flip them over to test yourself and go through them until you have your terms down. It also comes with a timer so that you make sure that you are getting faster as you study.
Mometrix – Mometrix has quality content on their YouTube page to help you pass many different CLEP exams. They offer lectures for several different CLEP exams of which Analyzing and Interpreting Literature is one. For other tests they even have videos which run through about 20 different test questions and are a great help.
Quizlet – This company has a wonderful free program that you can sign up for all sorts of study helps. They allow you to personalize your studying with flashcards or use games to spur yourself to study even more. You can sign up for free and then get the hang of their great helps.
Your local library – I work at a library, so I mention this often, but where else can you find someone sitting there, paid to answer your questions about knowledge and where the best places are to learn?
Also, one of my favorite study helps was REA’s practice tests and yet they were expensive. My local library has several copies of those for multiple CLEP tests and is willing to get a copy of ones they don’t have through inter-library loan.
READ – The Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP is a test that measures your ability to decipher the meaning of what you read from a wide variety of literature genres. Plan to read a broad variety of sources. If you’ve never been able to understand a word of Shakespeare, try reading a few. If you can’t grasp ancient epics then add those to your reading list.
Remember, you don’t have to always pay for test prep materials, so make sure you have a full grasp of all the free materials available to you. Everything from flashcards and study games to full on lectures are available to you absolutely free.