Before you begin your Calculus AP Exam Reviews, please show me the last page of your textbook. On page 2, you will find an answer to the question, “What is the temperature of water at the swimming hole?” Please indicate the temperature, in Fahrenheit, of water at the local pool. On the next page, please find the local weather conditions, such as high or low, cloudy or clear, etc.
I suggest preparing your Calculus AB AP Exam Reviews before you start testing. Start by looking through your textbook and looking for the question that will be most difficult for you to answer. Then find the answer to that question on the next page. You will want to do this for each question in the set of problems that you are going to answer. If you find that you don’t understand what the answer is to a question, go back to page one and do the problem again. You should do this about six times.
Do not memorize answers. Memorizing the answer to a Calculus question is like trying to solve a puzzle while you are blindfolded. You won’t get it right just because you can see the answer. Memorizing the answer will just confuse you, so I recommend that you leave the calculator settings on the default settings. The calculator will work properly when you leave the calculator active.
Do not spend excessive amounts of time on one question. Spending too much time on one question will slow down your speed of response. I suggest answering three or four questions with about sixty percent accuracy. If you can answer more questions at sixty percent accuracy, then that’s even better. However, if you can only respond at sixty percent accuracy, you probably didn’t spend enough time studying for the test!
Make sure you leave the calculator active when you complete each problem. On the Calculus AB AP Exam Answer Sheet there will be a section where you indicate which problem you ended up solving completely and that you failed. If you leave the calculator active while you answer these problems, you may end up marking problems that you didn’t solve correctly. I suggest marking all the problems that you solved correctly. After you’ve marked all the problems, then click the “End” button on the toolbar. That’s it, you’re done!
Another thing to remember is to do lots of practice tests and to review the material from each section thoroughly. You don’t have to worry about a lot of other factors affecting your test, but doing plenty of practice tests and reviewing the material can really pay off. You’ll have better chances of performing well on the test when you practice.
Doing plenty of review of the material will also help you get ready for the test. When you review the material, you’ll get a feel for each type of problem, and you’ll be able to figure out the best approach to getting past the problem. That’s why most people do a Calculus AB Practice Test before taking the test. Then they get a better idea of what to expect when they take the real test.
You might find that after you do a Calculus AB Practice Test and you think you know all the problems, you’re still not prepared to take the real Calculus AB Exam. This happens to a lot of people, and it’s very common. What you can do to combat this is to set a goal of going over one problem twice, and then go back over it a few times. This way you can get over the majority of problems on the first try.
I would also suggest taking notes and doing an analysis of your problem-solving skills. Write down the main points you noticed and evaluate yourself on them. If you’re struggling, reread your notes and see if you can learn anything from them. By doing this, not only will you get more practice on the Calculus AB, but you’ll get a much better mental preparation for the test.
Finally, don’t stress out if you don’t get your calculator with the first set of problems. It’s human nature to become frustrated if you don’t have your calculator at hand. Try to keep your motivation up and don’t get too worked up over the small mistakes. This will help you in your Calculus AB Exam Review, because if you’re already too stressed, you won’t be able to do the best you can at the time. And we all know that the first time is always harder than the second or third time!