Helpful Calculus sites
1.AP Test Questions:
2 Calc ab practice final.pdf
3. StuffMUSTknowCold.pdf
4.Solutions to ODDs
5. Click N Print
6. AP- FRQs -from AP tests
7 Textbook Pages.
8. SAT practice
Email: charlie.fiacco@ouhsd.k12.ca.us
*Electronic recording of any kind may not take place during class without the expressed written consent of the teacher.
Calculus AB
2nd Semester - Grading
A+ = 100% or “5” on AP level Test / FRQ
B+ = 85% or “4” on AP level Test / FRQ
C = 70% or “3” on AP level Test / FRQ
D- = 55% or “2” on AP level Test / FRQ
F = 40 % or “1” on AP level Test / FRQ
No Score = 0 or “Left Blank” or “No Calculus Knowledge”
AP Scoring is below:
“ 5 “ = Extremely Well Qualified
“ 4 “ = Well Qualified
“ 3 “ = Qualified
“ 2 “ = Possibly Qualified
“1 “ = No Recommendation
Our hope for students is to earn a “4” or “5” on all
AP level Tests. This will be challenging, but we can do it!
1st Semester = unit tests & quizzes graded on
straight scale. “Honors level class.”
2nd Semester = AP level scoring above. “AP Level”
1) Tests = 100 points
2) Quizzes = 20 points
3) Free-Response Questions
(FRQs) = 9 points
Make-ups will be given for excused absences.
The lowest FRQ score will be dropped at the
end of the semester.
Course Recommendations
A. Students will maintain a math notebook.
B. Students will bring to class a graphing calculator to demonstrate proficiency in:
C.Other Supplies – graph paper, or graph post its notecards, colored markers/pencils.
D. It is recommended that students attend at least 2 study sessions in the week prior to taking the AP exam.
F. Students are recommended to take the Advanced Placement Exam given in May by the College Board.