AP Calculus

This 10-week course is designed to prepare students for AP Calculus by introducing foundational concepts in limits, continuity, and derivatives. The course will provide a strong basis for understanding more complex calculus topics in the fall.
Designed for

Students who are preparing for the AP Calculus AB and BC exam


All levels

Class format

One-on-one and small group (Max. 7 students/class)

Class Introduction

This course is designed for students who are planning to take the AP Calculus AB and BC exams. The course covers topics such as limits, continuity, and derivatives. After taking this class, students will be prepared for more complex calculus topics in the fall semester. 


Upon completing the course, students can expect to achieve the following goals:

  • Understand the concept of limits and how they are used in calculus.
  • Explore continuity and its importance in calculus.
  • Learn the basics of derivatives, including rules and application
Teacher Introduction

Graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Mathematics, this teacher is a former Subject Director in Mathematics and has over 10 years of high school mathematics teaching experience. They also teach AP and IB courses and provide guidance for AMC competition preparation.

Course Content
1Introduction to Limit
2Algebraic Techniques for Finding Limits
3Special Limits and the Squeeze Theorem
5Intermediate Value Theorem and Limits at Infinity
6Introduction to Derivatives
7Derivative Rules
8The Chain Rule and Implicit
9Applications of Derivatives
10Review and Final Assessment

Students and their parents will receive brief feedback after each class, regarding the student’s general participation in class. Students will also receive feedback on graded assignments via email. 


10 classes, 1.5 hours per class, 15 hours of classes in total

Need to prepare?

We recommended reading this article before starting the course: 

2024 Summer Group Classes: Open for Registration

scoring worksheet

FREE 2024 AP Scoring Worksheet

With the scoring worksheet, you will be able to calculate your target score in preparation for the upcoming exam in May. We also have a full scoring worksheet available  below if you want to print it out and keep it in your folder. 
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