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I'm just planning out my schedule and trying to figure out how much time I should allot for studying on the day of the AP Calc exam. Can anyone let me know how long both the AB and BC exams are? Thanks in advance!

6 months ago

The AP Calculus exams, both AB and BC, are each 3 hours and 15 minutes long. These exams are divided into two main sections: multiple-choice and free-response.

For both the AB and BC exams, the multiple-choice section is 1 hour and 45 minutes long. This section consists of two parts: Part A (30 questions, 60 minutes, calculator not allowed) and Part B (15 questions, 45 minutes, calculator allowed).

The free-response section is 1 hour and 30 minutes long for both exams. This section also has two parts: Part A (2 questions, 30 minutes, calculator allowed) and Part B (4 questions for AB exam or 2 questions for BC exam, 60 minutes, calculator not allowed).

So, on the day of the exam, you should budget around 3 hours and 15 minutes for the test, plus some extra time for any administrative tasks, breaks, or unexpected delays. Good luck with your studies and the exam!

6 months ago

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