This test gives you exactly 55 minutes to answer 38 questions: 30 multiple choice questions plus 8 grid-in questions. You can use a scientific calculator or a graphing calculator.


This test gives you exactly 25 minutes to answer 20 questions: 15 multiple choice questions plus 5 grid-in questions. 


The test questions go from easy to hard. So, you should be using less time to answer questions at the beginning of the test than at the end of the test. But be careful not to rush and make careless mistakes; especially on problems you know how to answer. 


You will get 1 point for each question you answer correctly. You will get 0 points if you answer a question incorrectly or if you decide to skip a question. However, since you can't lose any points, make sure you answer all questions.

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