MATH1103 Introduction to Calculus I students
Information
Within the first four weeks of MATH1103 Introduction to Calculus I, you will write two review quizzes based on the material from this workshop, each worth 4% of your final grade in MATH1103. You are responsible for using this online workshop to prepare yourself for these tests on your own time. Your instructor will not be covering this material in class.
Review Test #1 (approximately second week of class  consult your course outline)
 Exponents and Algebra (All Lessons)
 Equations and Inequalities (Lessons 1  7 only)
 Functions (Lessons 1  5)

Review Test #2 (approximately third week of classes  consult your course outline)
 Functions (Lessons 6  9)
 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (All Lessons)
 Trigonometry (All Lessons)
Instructions
Calculators are not permitted in university calculus courses so you should complete all work without a calculator. Take the diagnostic pretest.
Before beginning to work through any of the five chapters, write the diagnostic pretest corresponding to that chapter. This will provide you with some indication of how well you know the material found in that chapter.
Please note that the online quizzes will be available by August 5, 2016.  Carefully read the typed content and take additional notes.
You can find PDF copies of all chapters below. It is recommended that you print off these pages and make additional notes for yourself. Organize these notes so that you can easily access them if you need them during your class.  Take notes while watching the videos.
Much of the workshop content is found in the videos and it is very important that you watch these. Organize these notes so that you can easily access them if you need them during your class.  Do lots of practice questions.
At the end of each lesson, you can find a related set of problems. It is recommended that you do several of these practice problems before moving on to the next lesson.  Write the posttests.
After you have finished working through one of the chapters, write the posttest corresponding to that chapter. This will provide you with some indication of how well you have learned the material contained in that chapter. If there are any areas in which you need extra assistance, please contact your instructor.
References for Further Reading
Miroslav Lovric, Calculus: Fear no MoreJames Stewart & Lothar Redlin & Saleem Watson, Precalculus: Mathematics for Calculus (6th ed.)