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You can use the AP Calculus BC Question of the Day to get into the habit of thinking about Calculus BC content on a daily basis when studying for the AP exam. Varsity Tutors' AP Calculus BC Questions of the Day are drawn from each topic and question type covered on the AP Calculus BC exam.

### Question of the Day: AP Calculus BC

If oil is leaking from a pipe at a rate of gallons per hour, in which is the time in hours, how many gallons will have leaked out hours after the leaking has begun?

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For many students, the next step after passing the AP Calculus AB course and exam is to prepare to take the AP Calculus BC course and exam. As is the case with Calculus AB, understanding the equations and repetition will be important traits to strengthen as you review for the Calculus BC test. One possible way of achieving this success is to utilize Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools AP Calculus BC Question of the Day. This tool will allow you to go over the equations and functions on a daily basis, giving you the AP Calculus BC review that you will need to prepare for your test.

When you use the AP Calculus BC Question of the Day, you will receive a daily question that will give you insight on a number of different equations and functions that may be included on your upcoming test. One of the best features of the Question of the Day is that each AP Calculus BC sample question that you will receive is based on the topics and question types that are covered on the actual test. Because of this, as you prepare to learn the specific lessons for the AP Calculus BC test, you will also be helping yourself become more comfortable with the format of the test as well.

As you use the Question of the Day Learning Tool, you will also be able to take advantage of a number of resources that accompany it. One of these tools is a timer, which will track the amount of time that it took you to answer each question. By tracking the time, you will be able to challenge yourself to answer the questions at a faster pace as you move forward with your AP Calculus BC study plan. The timer may also help you to learn your own pacing for answering questions, which can be helpful on test day.

Another key feature to the Question of the Day is the statistical feedback given following your answer. You will know not only whether or not you answered a question properly, but also what percentage of other test-takers also answered the question correctly, how long it took for them to answer it, and the difficulty rating that each question received. These are all important factors when preparing for your AP Calculus BC test, as they are all ways to measure yourself against others who are preparing themselves for the test. By having a good idea of where you stand against your peers as you’re working on your AP Calculus BC test review, you will know ahead of time what concepts you need to work on, as well as where your strongest points are in the subject.

Beyond the statistical feedback, the AP Calculus BC Question of the Day will also give you explanations on each question, so if you are having troubles with a specific topic, you won’t have to search anywhere else to find the proper answers. They are built right into the Question of the Day feedback page. Plus, if you need more than just an explanation for the answers, there are links to deeper conceptual explanations, which provide more specific information and give you more concept-specific questions to work on.

The AP Calculus BC Question of the Day can be a very useful addition to your test preparation. When utilized with other study resources, including those that are part of Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools platform, the Question of the Day can give you the opportunity to feel more comfortable and confident as you prepare for test day.