Go to class every day, do your homework, and use office hours for not only a resource on the material but also to create a rapport with your teacher. If you do those three things you'll be fine.
i used google to cram in a bunch of trig and other pre-cal material. weeks later in my cal 1 course i'm still using some resources i found on google. pauls notes and patrickJMT from youtube. if you want to go even deeper, digg up MIT's lectures, they offer both single and multi variable. i don't have time to watch hour long lectures though. unless you have dial-up internet, or you're brain is as slow as dial-up speed, you CAN learn calculus using internet resources only.
it is sad how this $100 textbook and subscription to matlab fail to do what a 3 minute video fro patrickJMT does. i haven't even opened my textbook in 2 weeks(although to be fair, matlab offers it online so i can just do my homework there but i don't even use the book in general to learn).
Here is the first semester of calculus line up, it's all in order, it even aligns perfectly with my textbook/class lineup.
is Calc 2 integral calculus? with derivatives being calc1?
if so calc 2 was the hardest class i've taken to date, barely passed with a lot of studying and tutoring with a C.
Just the post prior he mentioned he's close to a panick attack, jeez guy way to boost that confidence!
Anyways, I would also recommend youtube and if needed mathtutordvd.com is quality imo as well. It's just not fair that the internet blew up with material right after i completed my degree.
Also, what bankshot said is true. Don't skip class, do all the homework and by all means ask questions during office hours.
Do the homework without looking at the answers before completing the problem. Working out problems on a white board helped me as well. It can help to think on your feet. Get a solid study group going as long as it provides a good study session with minimal distractions.
Do a lot of problems, many many problems. Look for previous exams amongst folks, it's amazing how often teachers use exams over and over. Sometimes teachers even make those exams avaliable in the library, go figure. Don't rely on your calculator too much, but always have a spare with spare batteries just in case. I always liked keeping a copy of the EIT or FE manual printed out and available in your backpack. Never could remember those double angle formulas. Alcohol in moderation helped, lol. I was a rarity and it took the edge off.
It always blew me away on how much algebra was in calculus classes. Lastly, you can get a melamine board from home depot or lowes that's like 4 feet by 8 feet and costs like i forget 12 bucks? Don't let them tell you it won't serve as a white board. It will work perfectly.
Not at the school I went too. Our school had 16 people take Calc 1. About 10 passed. Those 10 took Calc 2. 4 passed. I was one of the 4, but my Calc 1 grade was an A, and my Calc 2 grade was a C, but it was slipping fast. I think if another test or 2 was added, I would have had a D (failing grade at my school).