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What is the best prep book (hardest) for AP calculus exam? Is it Princeton Review or Barron's? Are there better books?
Both Princeton Review and Barron's offer comprehensive review books for the AP Calculus exam. However, Princeton Review tends to focus more on test-taking strategies and practice questions, while Barron's offers more in-depth explanations and examples of calculus concepts.
This ultimately depends on personal learning style and preference. Some students may benefit more from Princeton Review's emphasis on practice questions, while others may find Barron's detailed explanations more helpful. It is recommended to try out both books or ask for recommendations from teachers and peers.
Both Princeton Review and Barron's cover all the major topics tested on the AP Calculus exam, such as limits, derivatives, and integrals. However, it is important to note that the exam may include some additional or slightly different topics, so it is best to also refer to the College Board's official course description and practice exams.
Yes, there are many other resources available such as online review courses, practice exams, and study guides. Some students may also benefit from seeking help from a tutor or joining a study group.
No review book can guarantee a specific score on the AP Calculus exam. However, using these review books as study aids and supplementing them with additional resources and practice can greatly increase the chances of success on the exam.