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AP Calculus AB - Units 1 and 2

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We will review the primary topics in Unit 1: Limits and Continuity and Unit 2: Differentiation, Definition, and Fundamental Properties that show up on the AP exam. We will go over many problems ranging in difficulty and look at past official FRQs and multiple choice questions extracted from a course of 15 years to ensure extensive practice, confidence, and mastery.

Johanna P

6/12

AP Calculus Q&A

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We'll go over any AP Calculus Questions

Hitansh M

1/10

AP Calculus AB Exam Only (2024-25)

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This series is still appropriate for students taking an actual AP Calculus AB course, but will assume you are not taking an actual course

Thinking of taking the AP exam next year and don't want to/can't take the course? You've found the perfect series!

This series will be treated as close to a formal class as possible; the only difference being that it follows a mastery learning method (meaning that it allows ALL students to be caught up with everyone else at once) as opposed to taditional learning (where everyone must follow the same pace as everyone else). This means that several quizzes and tests will be assigned throughout the series. And in order to execute this idea of a formal yet mastery learning class, I will only allow us to advance to next concepts if everyone scores a 90% or higher on these assessments to make the series as easy sailing as possible.

Self-studying for an AP exam requires a lot discipline, and so you are expected to be prepared to attend the 5 sessions a week (45 minutes each session), although it's fully expected that you'll miss a few sessions here and there.

Because of this mastery learning method, you will be withdrawn if you still cannot score over a 90% on an assessment assigned over a week ago. If this does happen, i might make another series dedicated to those who've been withdrawn from the series so that you can catchup on your own pace without the guilt of slowing everyone else down.

I can always schedule a Catchup/Office hours session by request if you were absent for a session/need extra help with a topic.

Jeremy L

6/30

Calculus Sessions

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Calculus · session

AP Calculus AB Exam Prep, HW help, studying

I will hosting a zoom room for anyone who needs help studying for an upcoming calculus test or homework help. I have worksheets to help students prepare for the AP test.

Aneya S

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3/15

Calculus · session

Monthly Goal Review for BC Calc Test-Takers

This will be an overview of targets most BC Calculus* students try to meet at this stage (2.5 months prior to actual test). As an international student giving the APs for the first time this year as well, I intend to provide some perspective on setting chapter-wise targets, and resources that I have used over the past several months preparing for this AP in parallel to several others.**

*Much of it will apply to AB students as well.
**Note to co-tutor requests - I would love to include tutors who have already given this AP for more useful input in the session

Avnish S and Devansh S

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