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AP Calculus BC
A average in Pre-Calculus Honors
Recommendation of the teacher
Students may be asked to take a placement test.
Calculus BC is a more extensive and demanding study of Calculus than Calculus AB. Students who receive qualifying scores on the BC test usually receive credit for two semesters of college calculus. The students must take the Advanced Placement exam in the spring to earn credit for this class. A graphing calculator is required, and any TI-83 or any TI-84 is recommended.
Please Note: Placement in all math courses requires a teacher recommendation. Several courses also require a placement test or a prerequisite score on the PSAT. Teachers will arrange placement tests when necessary for qualified students. All incoming freshmen will be placed in the appropriate course based on their performance on the entrance exam and review of their current report card.
Most courses require students to own a graphing calculator. The TI-83 or TI-84 family of calculators is strongly recommended.
Students must complete one course beyond Algebra II to be considered for admission to the N.C. University System.
AP Fee Required