# Posts Tagged ‘AP Calculus’

## How to Prepare for the AP Calculus Exam – Part 4

You hung on to the last AP Calculus blog post. You’re on your way to a 5, but first…The Free-Response Section. For most students, this is probably the most intimidating part of the test, but if you’re solid with basic derivative and integral topics, you can survive this section and complete your solid score. Before we dive into specific topics, let’s discuss the format of the Free-Response Section. The section consists of six questions that…

Read More## How to Prepare for the AP Calculus Exam – Part 3

Now that you know what to expect from the test, let’s tackle the multiple-choice questions (MCQs) first. In this post we’ll talk about some useful test-taking strategies and the key concepts you should study before test day. Practice, Practice, Practice The first strategy I’ll recommend has more to do with what you do before the test, rather than what you do while you’re taking it. As with any standardized test, you want to get as…

Read More## How to Prepare for the AP Calculus Exam – Part 2

Are you ready to learn more about the AP Calculus test? I didn’t scare you away in Part 1 of this series? Great! Let’s talk about the actual structure of the exam and what resources we need to start studying. To be clear, all of the information here applies to both the AB and BC versions of the test. Let’s start by breaking it down in the two main parts of the test: Multiple Choice…

Read More## How to Prepare for the AP Calculus Exam – Part 1

So you’ve decided to take a shot at the AP Calculus Exam. Whether it’s the AB or the BC, I have some tips for you to both maximize your score and study in an efficient manner. The AP Calc test is difficult, but if you know what to worry about and how to approach prep for it, you can maximize your chances of success. One of the first things I like to point out is…

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