AP Calculus BC (and AB)
Here are my review sheets for AP Calculus BC, which also naturally includes AP Calculus AB.
Derivatives Part II
More Integration and Derivatives
RAMs and Volume
Basic Differential Equations and Slope Fields
More Trig Integrals
Introduction to Series
Series Part II
The following are past AP Calculus BC and AB exams. It’s a compilation of old material split into the multiple choice and free response questions (FRQs). They are property of Collegeboard and the the respective website owners.
Link to AP Calc Multiple Choice and answers from 1969-1998:
Link to 1988 and 1998 AP Calc AB Exams and Answer Keys:
Although some of the material is a bit above AP Calculus AB and some BC level, do check out the page of my Applied Calculus II class at Tufts University. Much of the material there will help with your AP Calculus AB/BC class. The webpage is: http://sites.tufts.edu/andrewrosen/category/college-review-sheets/applied-calculus-ii-calc-ii/
The following notes are not created by me, but I think you might find them helpful if you’re in need of them. They are made by Paul Dawkins of “Paul’s Online Math Notes,” and they are of stellar quality. You can download the PDF for the entire course here:
Calc I: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/downloadfile.aspx?file=B,8,N
Calc II: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/downloadfile.aspx?file=B,2,N
Chemistry Fundamentals (Chem 1)
Hey there. Here are review sheets for Chemistry Fundamentals, otherwise known as Intro Chem. Intro chem has a lot of material, so these review sheets are not 100% comprehensive. They require you to know the basics, and then they cover the nuances and specifics for each chapter. Below are the review sheets I made for Chem 1 at Tufts University based off the Chemistry: The Central Science, 12th Edition book. There are a few “random notes” for exams attached to this post. These are just that: random notes I needed to remember but had trouble recalling for an exam. Perhaps you’ll feel the same way.
Also, if you are looking for more review material, please do check out my AP Chemistry Review Sheets posts (http://sites.tufts.edu/andrewrosen/category/high-school-review-sheets/ap-chemistry/). Yes, college chemistry is more difficult, but those review sheets will give you a very good overview of the basics if you need it.
Units 1-3: Introduction; Atoms, Molecules, and Ions; Stoichiometry
Unit 4: Reactions in Aqueous Solution
Unit 5: Thermochemistry
Unit 6: Electronic Structure of Atoms
Unit 7: Periodic Properties of the Elements
Unit 8: Basic Concepts of Chemical Bonding – Part I
Unit 8: Basic Concepts of Chemical Bonding – Part II
Unit 9: Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories
Unit 10: Gases
Unit 11: Liquids and Intermolecular Forces
Unit 12: Solids and Modern Materials – Part I
Unit 12: Solids and Modern Materials – Part II
Random Exam 1 Tips
Random Final Tips
Engineering Graphics & CAD (EN2)
This class really did not have much material to create a review sheet for. Here is a document of just a few notes to keep in mind though. Perhaps it will be helpful. This class is mostly just learning how to use AutoCAD, and the only way to do that is by playing around with it yourself.
Final Exam Lecture Breakdown: EN2 Final Review
Photo created on AutoCAD 2012 and property of Andrew Rosen: