Once you’re done with the main part, wrap your findings up in the conclusion.
The conclusion is similar to the introduction, but not quite the same.
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Also, note that speeches chosen as prompts for an AP exam usually involve all three of these persuasion techniques; so, try to make a note of them and — more importantly — practice writing rhetorical essays before the actual exam.
Take some time to draft at least a couple before the actual exam day.
Remember that the time you have for writing will also involve reading and analyzing (even before you lift a pen).
So, the best you can do is read, analyze, and even take notes at the same time.
Sure, these details might seem minor in understanding the purpose of the speaker, but they do show your grasp on the overall style and usage of rhetorical techniques.
Finally, make the most of the citations and remember the reference them correctly.