Brook, Donald E., Donna M. Smith, and Tefera Worku. The Best Test Preparation for the Advanced Placement Examination in Calculus AB. Piscataway: Research & Education Association, 1995.
This book contains six full-length AP Exams and a short, comprehensive AP course review. This book is for the student who wishes to practice taking the Calculus AB Exam. The topic review is not very clear, and there are several errors in the questions and keys. However, detailed solutions are presented for all problems.
Hockett, Shirley O. Barron's How to Prepare for the Advanced Placement Examinations, Mathematics. New York: Barron's Educational Series, Inc., 1987.
This book contains a review of calculus topics, practice multiple-choice questions for each unit, and four practice examinations and 3 actual examinations for both the Calculus AB and BC Exams. This book is the most comprehensive study guide that I have found. However, the current edition of this text would be much more useful.
Smith, Sanderson M. and Frank W. Griffin. Advanced Placement Examinations in Mathematics. New York: Simon & Schuster, Inc., 1990.
This book contains a complete review of all exam topics, including multiple-choice and free-response questions with explanations. It also includes two full-length practice tests with explanatory answers and BASIC computer programs to reinforce calculus concepts. This book is also a good way to prepare for the Calculus Exams AB and BC.
Zandy, Bernard V. Cliffs Quick Review Calculus. Lincoln: Cliffs Notes, Inc., 1993.
This book is a compact review of all topics covered in a first-year calculus class. Example problems are given in each unit. This book contains the best topical review that I have found. It was not prepared specifically for the AP Exam, so students will need to review the trapezoidal rule, which was not covered in this book. Students will not need to know the arc length formula for the Calculus AB Exam.