AP Calculus Exam Prep

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The program will covering the content that shows up on the AP Calc Exams, with a focus on topics that come up the most. We’ll also do a lot of practice problems (both multiple choice and free response, with and without graphing calculator), including previous AP exam questions, to highlight common mistakes and discuss strategies specific to the test format.

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Kyeling Ong

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$30/hr

10 weeks/session

UC San Diego

Computer Science

Enrollment is open for  

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Course Schedule 

FALL TERM

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Fall session begins 

16 AUG 2021

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10 JAN 2022

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21 MAR 2022

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SUMMER TERM

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7 JUN 2021

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DESCRIPTION

Whether you’re looking to get college credit for AP Calculus AB/BC, or you just really want to secure that 5, this course makes it possible! We’ll be covering the content that shows up on the AP Calc Exams, with a focus on topics that come up the most. We’ll also do a lot of practice problems (both multiple choice and free response, with and without graphing calculator), including previous AP exam questions, to highlight common mistakes and discuss strategies specific to the test format. Because of the small group format, students will be able to ask questions and get support on specific concepts they’re confused on.Content - preview of some topics covered in Calculus AB:
- limits & continuity
- differentiation – including:
- product, quotient, and chain rules
- implicit differentiation
- related rates
- integration – including:
- area and volume
- shell and disk methods
- differential equations
Content - additional topics covered in Calculus BC:
- parametric and polar equations
- infinite sequences and series, convergence tests

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

- understanding the format of the test, including the different sections and timing
- how to avoid common mistakes/misconceptions
- how to utilize your graphing calculator to solve calculus problems
- topics covered on the exam! (see Content section below)

WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR

- high school students (10th – 12th) currently taking AP Calculus AB or BC
- AB students who are self-studying for the BC exam
- it’s okay if you don’t feel confident in the material yet!

REQUIREMENTS

A good foundation in Calculus 1 (limits and derivatives) is required for this course.

PREREQUISITES

You should have a decent foundation (but it doesn't have to be perfect! :D) in Algebra.
If you have some experience with Trigonometry and Precalculus, that will definitely be helpful, but it's not absolutely necessary.
A good foundation in Calculus 1 (limits and derivatives) is required for this course.

COURSE INCLUDES

- 20 hours live instruction meeting
- 20 hours VOD instruction video
- 20 downloadable resources assignments

ABOUT INSTRUCTOR

UCSD in Computer Science
Tutor, UCSD Computer Science & Engineering Department
Tutor, National Honor Society (NHS)
Cal High, Math Department Award