BC Calculus Tutoring The Hardest Course In High School

For what my opinion is worth, BC Calculus is the most difficult course you can take as a high school student. AB Calculus is only the core of this class, and many teachers justify increasing the average difficulty per question of AB topics in a BC class. Then, the BC curriculum includes more difficult topics such as additional differentiation and integration techniques as well as adding an entire unit on infinite series. 

Daniel Starling

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A dense class for heavy hitters

BC Calculus students experience a heavy workload with confusing topics for the entire year, punctuated at the end by the most difficult topic they've seen so far: infinite series.

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Frequent AP reviews are critical

There are so many different topics in this class, and review time is scarce at the end of April before the exam in May. As a result, reviewing as the year progresses is more important than other AP classes.

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Earn two semesters of college credit

Many schools will give credit for one or two calculus courses for scoring a 5 on this exam. It is therefore possible to jump right into differential equations as a freshman.

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