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AP Calculus AB Resources for a 5?

advesperascitadvesperascit Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
I am taking the AP Calculus AB test this year. I haven't retained much from class that would make me feel confident enough for the test, so I want to cram the whole curriculum in these two months and just review everything. What are resources that have helped you in the past, or that you are currently using?

This month I've started watching Jim Fowler and Professor Leonard's course videos:

https://www.****/learn/calculus1

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF797E961509B4EB5

Do you think that Fowler is more helpful, and I should just focus on his videos instead? And are there any other video courses I can get through before May 5?

I know that doing exercise problems is integral to getting a high score, so what else (other than the Barron's book) should I use for problems?

Lastly, if you've gotten a 5 in the past, what's some advice I can use?

Thanks!

Edit: Not sure if you see the asterisks, but the link is Coursera.
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