AP Pre Calculus (1:1)


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Completely Personalized and 1:1

We take pride in offering 1:1 instruction for every student. This personalized approach ensures that you receive individualized attention, targeted guidance, and a customized learning experience tailored to your unique needs and pace.

Extensive Tutoring for 50+ Hours

Our program offers comprehensive coverage of AP Calculus AB concepts. With over 50 hours of dedicated instruction, you'll delve deep into the subject matter, master essential topics, and build a strong foundation.

Flexible Pacing to Suit Your Needs

We recognize that every student learns at their own pace. Our classes are paced according to your learning needs, allowing you to grasp concepts thoroughly and progress comfortably.

Structured Homework Assignments

Homework assignments are an integral part of our program. After completing each unit, you'll be given homework to reinforce your understanding and apply what you've learned.

Unlimited Doubt Classes

We're committed to ensuring that your doubts and questions are promptly addressed. Our unlimited doubt classes provide you with the opportunity to seek clarification and gain confidence in your understanding of calculus.

5 Full-Length Mocks

To prepare you for the AP Calculus AB exam, we offer five full-length mock tests. These simulated exams allow you to assess your progress, identify areas for improvement, and become comfortable with the exam format.

One to One Mock Review Sessions

Every mock test is followed by a personalized 1:1 mock review session. This session helps you analyze your performance, understand your mistakes, and refine your test-taking strategies under expert guidance.

Regular Parent Teacher Meetings

Collaboration between educators, students, and parents is pivotal for academic success. We schedule regular Parent Teacher Meetings to discuss your progress, share insights, and address any concerns, fostering a supportive learning environment.

The AP Calculus AB Exam is structured in the following way:

Section I: Multiple Choice

40 Questions | 2 Hours | 62.5% of Exam Score

Section II: Free Response

4 Questions | 1 Hour | 37.5% of Exam Score

The course framework for AP Precalculus is partitioned into four units. Units 1, 2, and 3 are required and assessed on the end-of-course AP Exam and provide descriptions of what students should know and be able to do to qualify for college credit or placement. Unit 4 describes additional topics that teachers may include based on state or local requirements. The Unit 4 topics extend and deepen the function concepts developed in units one through three. The Unit 4 topics are additional and excluded from the AP Exam

Exam Weighting for the Multiple-Choice Section of the AP Exam

Units Exam Weighting
Unit 1: Polynomial and Rational Functions 30%–40%
Unit 2: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions 27%–40%
Unit 3: Trigonometric and Polar Functions 30%–35%
Unit 4: Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices 0%