AP Calculus AB & BC: AP Calculus Exam Review Book Dec 18, 2016

When it comes to AP Calculus review books, 5 Steps to a 5 tends to be a little forgotten when compared to Barron’s and the Princeton Review, but this edition of McGraw Hill’s 5 Steps to a 5 is a good overall review book for reference. The book itself has two full length practice exams, similar to the Princeton Review.

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authors Tamara Lefcourt Ruby, James Sellers, Lisa Korf, Jeremy Van Horn, and Mike Munn have many years of experience teaching Calculus as well as other math courses. Their expertise has helped make this AP Calculus review book and other books the best that Kaplan has to offer in AP test prep.


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AP Calculus Review Book Test 1 Multiple-Choice

When it comes to AP Calculus review books, 5 Steps to a 5 tends to be a little forgotten when compared to Barron’s and the Princeton Review, but this edition of McGraw Hill’s 5 Steps to a 5 is a good overall review book for reference. The book itself has two full length practice exams, similar to the Princeton Review.


The best part about the Princeton Review’s AP Calculus BC review book is that it provides helpful shortcuts for students to solve certain questions faster. We’re a big fan of studying smart, not hard, so this sat well with us.The best part about the Princeton Review’s AP Calculus BC review book is that it provides helpful shortcuts for students to solve certain questions faster. We’re a big fan of studying smart, not hard, so this sat well with us.When it comes to AP Calculus review books, 5 Steps to a 5 tends to be a little forgotten when compared to Barron’s and the Princeton Review, but this edition of McGraw Hill’s 5 Steps to a 5 is a good overall review book for reference. The book itself has two full length practice exams, similar to the Princeton Review.The best part about the Princeton Review’s AP Calculus BC review book is that it provides helpful shortcuts for students to solve certain questions faster. We’re a big fan of studying smart, not hard, so this sat well with us.