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## AP Review

**It's been a year since you took Pre-calculus Honors...**

**Hey, we gotta admit, AP Calculus BC wasn't that bad...okay sure the teachers really went over the stuff really fast and we sometimes had no idea what was going on... T_____T**

**It is May now though...we have to get that 5 on that exam bro!**

**Let's begin!**

## What is the AP Calculus BC Exam?

**In short all of the topics presented to us AP Students can be summarized in the following three topics:**

Calculus BC Topics:

1.) Functions, Graphs, & Limits

2.) Derivatives

3.) Integrals

4.) Polynomial Approximations & Series

The format of the AP Calculus BC Exam is:

Multiple-Choice Section

Part A: 28 questions, calculator prohibited (55 minutes)

Part B: 17 questions, graphing calculator required (50 minutes)

Free-Response Section

Part A: 2 problems, graphing calculator required (30 minutes)

Part B: 4 problems, calculator prohibited (60 minutes)

In the free-response section students are required to show their work. Methods, reasoning, and conclusions need to be presented. Complete sentences should be used that include explanations and justifications.

Calculus BC Topics:

1.) Functions, Graphs, & Limits

2.) Derivatives

3.) Integrals

4.) Polynomial Approximations & Series

The format of the AP Calculus BC Exam is:

Multiple-Choice Section

Part A: 28 questions, calculator prohibited (55 minutes)

Part B: 17 questions, graphing calculator required (50 minutes)

Free-Response Section

Part A: 2 problems, graphing calculator required (30 minutes)

Part B: 4 problems, calculator prohibited (60 minutes)

In the free-response section students are required to show their work. Methods, reasoning, and conclusions need to be presented. Complete sentences should be used that include explanations and justifications.

## AP Calculus BC Practice Exams

**Practice makes perfect. Math is one of those areas of study you just simply can't win by memorizing :l so here are a couple exams to start you off :)**

**Here is the 2008 AP Calculus BC released exam by Collegeboard**

2008 AP Calculus BC Exam.pdf | |

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**Here is the AP Calculus BC exam by Max Score**

AP Calculus BC exam by Max Score.pdf | |

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## Our Recommendations

**We heavily recommend Paul's Online Notes. We have used his website heavily in our studies of AP Calculus AB and BC. Click this link to be directed to his website.**

As far books go we all agree that this book was the best of all.

Be Prepared for the AP Calculus Exam. Click this link to go to the page.

Here is the rule of the thumb. Barrons is more informative and their AP Exams are generally harder than the actual AP Exam. Princeton's Review is more concise but their AP Exams are not close to the actual AP Exam.

Five Steps to a Five, REA, Kaplan, and etc are really up to you. We view Princteon Review and Barrons as the way to generally go.

As far books go we all agree that this book was the best of all.

Be Prepared for the AP Calculus Exam. Click this link to go to the page.

Here is the rule of the thumb. Barrons is more informative and their AP Exams are generally harder than the actual AP Exam. Princeton's Review is more concise but their AP Exams are not close to the actual AP Exam.

Five Steps to a Five, REA, Kaplan, and etc are really up to you. We view Princteon Review and Barrons as the way to generally go.