|By Celebrian23 (Celebrian23) on Tuesday, October 05, 2004 - 07:48 pm: Edit|
I want to self-study this test next year, when i'm in ap calc ab? how many of you have done this? was it too difficult? or is it reasonable?
|By Wulfffish (Wulfffish) on Tuesday, October 05, 2004 - 08:54 pm: Edit|
I'm doing it right now - I study and then a teacher at my school tests me and this way I get credit - it's an extra hour and I don't have a class period for it. It is not all that difficult - just stay on top of it. I never end up doing any of the problems and just take the tests instead. But if you are decent with calc, and stay on top of it it's no problem - the material isn't bad at all so far.
|By Fabrizio (Fabrizio) on Tuesday, October 05, 2004 - 09:05 pm: Edit|
I didn't do this, but I can tell you that this is neither too difficult nor unreasonable.
Calculus BC is basically single-variable calculus parts one and two.
Think about this way. What high school students normally do in one year of AB Calculus college students do in one semester (ie. Calculus I). What's the second semester? Calculus II.
And what does Calculus II cover? The BC material minus the AB material.
If you really want to take the BC test, work hard and do it.
It's not too difficult by any means.
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