Calculus 1 (A/B)
This is the first installment of a series of 3 classes that all advance high school students and most science majors will have to take. The importance of this class as a foundation for the future calculus classes cannot be overstated. This is Math 2A at Saddleback College and AP Calculus AB in high school. Either way we can help you learn and master the challenging problems. Our extensive test bank of questions allows you to prepare for those challenging exams. Our students routinely take 1015 actual AP tests in preparation for the big one!
Take the AP Calculus diagnostic exam given below and test your knowledge. Email us your results for a more detailed assesssment of where your strengths and weaknesses are.
Calculus 2 (B/C)
Now that you have learned the fundamentals, it is time to dig deeper into their meanings and applications. This is Math 2B at Saddleback College and AP Calculus BC in high school. Your hard work and strong back ground in Calculus 1 really pays off here. The 3 golden rules of Calculus apply here too: Practice, Practice, Practice. Utilize our extensive test bank of questions to extra prepare for those challenging exams.
Take the AP Calculus diagnostic exam given below and test your knowledge. Email us your results for a more detailed assesssment of where your strengths and weaknesses are.
Calculus 3
This is Math 3C at Saddleback College and is not offered at high school level. Here you can watch your Calculus 1 problems leterally lift off the page and float into the space. Those wellbehaving 2variable functions will now be replaced with multivariable ones. Lines become planes and circles become spheres! It is a fascinating extension of the elementary concepts that were learned in earlier Calculus classes.
Keep your Calculus 1 and 2 books around because you will need to refere to them constantly.


