<p>Has anyone taken this?</p>

<p>I'm mildly concerned about what's going to pop up on the test. Apparently, this is a very unpopular examination to take. I've been trying to teach myself Calculus over my winter break and so far have had some very little difficulty with what I've learned so far (limits and derivatives). I'm about to start on integrals soon. The examination covers pretty much what would be covered in a Calculus 1 class in college. I've just been busting my butt making sure I know everything inside and out about derivatives. I have many resources at my disposal. One's a "free" online class with modules for AP Calculus AB/BC and another is also similar to that. I have used Khanacademy.org, justmathtutoring.com, mathhelpforum.com, and I have Thomas and Finney's 9th edition, Calculus Lifesaver by Adrian Banner, Calculus by Howard Anton, Calculus by Morris Kline, Calculus by Michael Spivak, The Humongous Book of Calculus Problems by Michael Kelley, the Calculus Dummy Series by Mark Ryan, and I also have, haha, The Calculus 1 & 2 tutor DVD's. I also have about 30 pre-cal textbooks.</p>

<p>These all seem to be popular mediums for learning Calculus and they were chosen places/books by myself, not just bought at random. I almost feel ridiculous to ask this, but is this going to be enough? I'd also appreciate any tips on learning Calculus. I have alotted in my schedule for 10 hours a day, which by a good chunk of the month I'll have 210 hours completed of actual study time. I'm very good at focusing, but if something bores me and seems too easy I have trouble with sitting there.</p>

<p>Here's a link to what's going to pop up:</p>