Calling All Who Scored 5 in BC Calc

<p>If I just use the Arco test prep book without any textbook, will that be enough preparation for the Calc BC exam????</p>

<p>thanx</p>

<p>man, if you've been paying attention in class all year, your review book will be more than enough. a good idea would be to check out the old FRs at apcentral though</p>

<p>no it won't</p>

<p>collegefreak that's what i did ARCO all the way baby and i got a 4 on a practice test, its easy as peaaaaaaas</p>

<p>why don't you try the barrons?</p>

<p>i also have the barron's book....... a note about barrons though, it is a little tougher than usual..... i took two previous exams and ended up getting nearly 2x the score on multiple choice without using the barrons</p>

<p>that's exactly why you should take barron tests, to make yourself feel good on the actual test day ^_^</p>

<p>I don't know. I would follow oovel's suggestion and get some old BC FRQs, though.</p>

<p>If you paid attention in class and get the material you should be fine. I actually had forgotten to buy a review book, being so busy with 3 other tests that year =.= (got a 5 though!)</p>

<p>if you're worried about how you'll score the BC exam, use Barron's. </p>

<p>If you've been getting an A or B in your BC class you'll get a 5 easily.</p>

<p>Also, take a test. If you score a 5 on the practice test, then doing practice tests is all you need. Also test prep books always have harder curves, so in fact you should do even better on the real deal than you did in practice.</p>