The Calculus AB test requires a broad and intense preparation of all of the exam prerequisites and topics. However, some of the Advanced Placement Calculus AB problems fall into a few specific categories, listed below.

Areas and volumes delimited by functions.

Equations of lines tangent to functions.

Slope field problems.

Riemann sum problems.

Calculus problems with defined rate of change.

Limits calculations.

Implicit differentiation.

Derivatives.
Make sure that you practice these types of questions, so you can solve them correctly without spending much time. Do not ignore easy problems. Even if you are confident that you know how to solve them, practice will help you use the graphic calculator in a timely fashion.