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AP Thread Discussion: Microeconomics

gpowsanggpowsang Posts: 833Registered User Member
edited May 2009 in AP Tests Preparation
Who else is taking this next week Thursday?

I find that it will be far easier than Macro!
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Replies to: AP Thread Discussion: Microeconomics

  • manateemanatee Posts: 473Registered User Junior Member
    I'm taking the test, but I'm not going to study until next Wednesday.

    Not taking Macro.
  • Smile614Smile614 Posts: 1,530Registered User Senior Member
    AHHH i need help with Macro AND micro haha! At first I thought Micro was easier..but now that I just finished a practice MC test for macro..Macro seems easier.

    I'm gonna study a lot this weekend. Too busy this week..
  • cpierscpiers Posts: 100Registered User Junior Member
    I'm not ready for this... my teacher was absolutely horrible.
  • RahfulRahful Posts: 34Registered User Junior Member
    I can relate.. My teacher was trash and I haven't reviewed any material since last semester... Can anyone help me up with some good links for not only practice tests, but also thorough review so I relearn all the stuff?
  • gpowsanggpowsang Posts: 833Registered User Member
    ^get 5 steps to a 5

    its a book a friend of my econ teacher wrote

    they both take part in grading the tests and one of them is with the board that makes them
  • Keasbey NightsKeasbey Nights Posts: 1,644Registered User Senior Member
    I absolutely love economics, although I find micro more enjoyable than macro. Lucky me, I get to take the macro makeup. Damn you, AP World.
  • gpowsanggpowsang Posts: 833Registered User Member
    i tok some review tests and im am pretty sure ill score a 3 easily, maybe a 4
  • oceanangeloceanangel Posts: 658Registered User Member
    How is Kaplan as a test prep book for micro/macro? I heard it's usually bad, but how is it for micro/macro?
  • gpowsanggpowsang Posts: 833Registered User Member
    ^ i dont know about Kaplan

    but i am useing 5 steps to a 5

    I also hear barrons does a great job in overprepping (it did wonders back when i was taking sat subject tests), but i dont know how it is as a cram book

    so far i love my 5 steps to a 5
  • gpowsanggpowsang Posts: 833Registered User Member
    2 days!!!

    how are u all doing?

    :)
  • kh267kh267 Posts: 138Registered User Junior Member
    Oh, I am so f-ing screwed. Started self-studying 2 days ago, still on elasticity. Plus, I have to worry about world too.

    I'm soooo getting a 2...
  • gpowsanggpowsang Posts: 833Registered User Member
    ^CRAM!!!!

    lol


    this is gonna be a cakewalk compared to macro
  • kh267kh267 Posts: 138Registered User Junior Member
    I'M ON MARGINAL PRODUCT AND DIMINISHING RETURNS NOW. YES!!

    Lol. Not. -_-

    35 pages of PR left to read.....
  • remytheratremytherat Posts: 48Registered User Junior Member
    imo, PR is really hard to read.
    because the subject topics are like all over the place x]
    i like 5steps better because its actually organized :D
  • kh267kh267 Posts: 138Registered User Junior Member
    ^Yeah, I totally agree. The explanations are also not the best.

    For me, I feel that the easiest way to learn this stuff is to think of them in terms of calculus. Instead of reading a whole freaking page about marginal product and total product, just simply think of the marginal as the derivative of the total. Saves so much time.
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