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Questions about Self-Studying BC-Exclusive Material

silverturtlesilverturtle Registered User Posts: 12,496 Senior Member
edited October 2009 in AP Tests Preparation
I'm a junior currently taking AP Calculus AB at my school, which does not offer BC. My teacher has recommended that I self-study the additional material covered in BC and that I take the BC test in May. This would allow be to take Calculus III and Linear Algebra next year.

I had already intended to self-study AP Microeconomics and Macroeconomics; I also want to self-study AP Statistics. I am in AP Biology, AP Psychology, and AP Chemistry at school.

How feasible is it to self-study the additional BC material? What kind of time commitment should I anticipate? Is the Princeton Review book sufficient to learn the material?

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