Practice Ap Calculus Questions

Which AP review books would you recommend and which would you warn against?

Planning on taking AP Chemistry, English Language and Composition, US History, and Calculus BC.
I’m not sure which publisher has the books that are most helpful. I’m looking for lots of practice questions with a year’s worth of review and detailed explanations.

The Princeton Review ones are usually pretty thorough with good practice. The REA book for the BC exam is amazing: six (I think) practice exams and a breakdown of the scoring.

I took the AP US History test last year, and from my and others’ experiences, review books do not help much. The test is very easy, so just review your class/reading notes and you will do well.

The AP English test does not require a review book either. The multiple choice is extremely straightforward (questions on reading passages), and the three essays just test your writing abilities.

AP Calculus BC Exams: 2008 1 c&d

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