Final Exam Preparation:
Remember that you have already taken 75% of your Final Exam (AP Exam Practice Test). The remainder is a 28 question multiple choice test that I will curve if necessary.
1) Look at the review sheet I gave you on Friday. Work on the problems that I have put an asterisk beside. As a reminder, all of the Basic Derivative rules are very important.
2) The following is GREAT practice for the exam. Answers are included on the website:
Click here for 2006 Multiple Choice questions and solutions (complete Part A Version 1)
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AP Exam: Wednesday, May 8
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AP Exam Preparation:
Click here for 2006 Multiple Choice questions and solutions (complete Part A Version 1 and Part B Version 1)
3rd Quarter Exam Review Answers
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1st Semester Exams
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The SEMESTER EXAM will be composed of both multiple choice questions and free response questions. IMPORTANT: The Semester Exam will count as two test scores on your 2nd quarter grade, so it has a big influence on your 2nd quarter test average. I encourage you to study hard and review your tests and quizzes this semester.
2nd Quarter Extra Credit (due by Dec. 19th):
Study for Test #4:
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