The reader’s notebook is meant to be a document that you go back to and add more information as you learn more about the analysis of literature.
Right now, you don’t have much information about old AP questions—so if you want to be on the safe side, leave it blank.
If you are adventurous, however, then perhaps you might think of some of the questions that you had on this year’s test and see if you can figure out what might be asked about the book.
Save the notebook on your computer as this will making revising it much easier. Remember to back it up at least twice!