For many, AP Calculus BC will be one of the toughest AP-level classes they take. Taking that into consideration, when it comes time to take the AP Calculus BC exam, stresses often run at an all-time high. Still, AP-level classes are worth the time you invest into them, as they allow you to differentiate yourself from your peers on college applications. AP-level classes may also earn you college credit, which could save you time and money in college. This is why it’s so important to have the proper resources when embarking upon your AP Calculus BC exam review.
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Some of the many topics you can expect to be covered on the interactive Learn by Concept AP Calculus BC syllabus include:
- Functions, Graphs, and Limits
- Polynomial Approximations and Series
- Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Techniques of Antidifferentiation
- And many other important topics covered on the AP Calculus BC exam.
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Honors English 9
This course is designed to offer an approach to learning that is challenging, interesting, and fast-paced for strong, capable readers who are also proficient writers. There is supplemental reading that requires students to exhibit high levels of comprehension, enjoy working at an accelerated pace, and desire a deeper analysis of the reading. Writing assignments will focus on analysis, development, organization, and language. Assignments encourage creativity, abstract thinking, and consistent goal-directed behavior. This course meets the subject area - b requirement for the UC/CSU approved course list.
Honors English 10
Students in Honors English 10 conduct a chronological study of British literature from the 19th and 20th centuries, giving them a solid foundation in British literature should they elect to take the AP English exam their senior year. Students lead classroom discussions, analyze literature using AP strategies, conduct research related to the topics of the literature, and write analytically. This course meets the subject area - b requirement for the UC/CSU approved course list.
This college prep laboratory class explores the interrelationships of life and the physical world around us. Some areas of study will include cellular and molecular biology, ecology, genetics, energy pathways of life, bioethics, evolution, and diversity. This course is designed for college-bound students with a strong aptitude in science and math, and who consistently work independently to the best of their ability. Honors Biology uses a college level textbook. Please note: there is no grade bump for Honors Biology. This is the first level of preparation for Honors/AP junior, senior courses. Homework is required daily. This course meets the subject area - d requirement for the UC/CSU approved course list.
This course will introduce the same concepts in P-Chemistry. Students need to have a strong aptitude for science and math, be able to comprehend and utilize concepts more quickly and demonstrate the ability, initiative and motivation to work independently. Students will need to employ an above- average level of analytical skill and sufficient maturity to consistently deduce underlying concepts from empirical evidence. It is the intent of this course to challenge and stimulate the student to go beyond basic principles to examine concepts and applications in greater depth and complexity. Although the course is not designed as an AP course, interested students will be helped to prepare for the AP exam. Students should be aware of the personal time commitment to complete this course. A minimum of 45 minutes of homework is required daily. A scientific calculator is required. This course meets the subject area - d requirement for the UC/CSU approved course list.
Honors Math Analysis
This elective course is designed for students with a desire for a more advanced background in mathematics. Although the course exceeds the basic entrance requirements for most colleges, it is recommended for a wide variety of major fields of study. Topics include trigonometric functions and their inverses, graphs, identities and applications. Analysis topics include sequences and series, theory of equations, vectors and matrices, complex numbers, and polar coordinates. Also included will be an introduction to Calculus with emphasis on limit theory. This course meets the subject area - c requirement for the UC/CSU approved course list.