Calculus 2 final coming up. It's highly unlikely I'll have time redo all the practice problems I've done so far this semester in just a couple weeks, so I need to choose my problems wisely. Does have advice on how to find the right problems? Given the limited time, the trick is to try and learn much as possible from a fewer number of problems.

In Calculus 1 (2+ years ago), I remember that I didn't have to do much practice to review for the Final. They gave us a study guide of practice problems that took me maybe 5 or 6 hours to go through. Somehow, that ended up being all I needed in order to review everything from the semester and I went into the final knowing all the material as well I had known it when I initially learned it. Maybe this was because it takes people MUCH less time to relearn material they learned months before in math than it does in other subjects. I still find it hard to believe, though.