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self studying for AP calculus AB

candylamcandylam Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
edited March 2010 in AP Tests Preparation
My friend asked me to take the ap calculus AB with her ...
Both of us are not in a AP course but we've learnt almost 2/3 of the material before
Is it realistic to start preparing now? coz I know it's only more than one month away and I'm in serious trouble ..
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Replies to: self studying for AP calculus AB

  • candylamcandylam Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
    ok and i'm not even in a regular calculus class...
  • jerrry4445jerrry4445 Registered User Posts: 2,741 Senior Member
    I also self-studied Calculus AB when I was a sophomore taking Honors Precalculus. Since I had the Calculus book, breezing through the first seven chapters were easy. The only thing that you should know is analyzing graphs, which I didn't have full comprehension until my friend who was taking AP Calculus AB taught me. So, if you want that 5, you might as well finish that last 1/3 of Calculus AB and review afterward.
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