Martha Montgomery has retired from her position as the Mathematics Specialist at Fremont City Schools in Fremont, Ohio, and is now teaching at Terra Community College in Fremont. Prior to that, she taught AP Calculus and chaired the mathematics department at Fremont Ross High School for more than 20 years. Martha has participated in the AP Calculus exam grading as a Reader, Table Leader, Question Leader, Alternate Exam Leader and finally BC Exam Leader. She served on the AP Calculus Test Development Committee from 1996 to 1999 and contributed many reviews and teacher materials to the AP Central web site. Martha has conducted College Board workshops for teachers in the Midwest and led many workshops for teachers in northwest Ohio.
Seems adequate Still reading it
It arrived yesterday
I will recommend it to others
But for some lesson, the explanations are too much to grasp ,and without a fundamental core in Calculus, it is almost impossible to learn.Published 4 months ago by Job
This is a great book to use as a supplement to any Calculus course. Using this book together with web sites at MIT and Khan and Wolfram Alpha really helped.Published 7 months ago by David Brummitt
I haven't used it yet, but it looks like it is set up really well with lots of examples worked out to show possible questions.Published 8 months ago by Paul Tschiggfrie
4/13: Compared to The Princeton's Review: Cracking the AP Calculus AB & BC Exams and Peterson's Master the AP Calculus AB & BC, Be Prepared for... Read more
I was recommended to purchase this book for a math course. It provides a good review and at a fair price.Published 20 months ago by Sol L
Unfortunately I procrastinated my AP studying this year and barely studied for AP Calculus BC at all (really, this was due less to procrastination and more to the fact that I... Read morePublished on July 19, 2011 by Connor Healy
Questions on this book are similar to the ones on the Exam. It has a nice format too.
I got 5/5 on my AP tests.