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I don't post here very much but I'm hoping someone (anyone) can help me. I'm a high schooler taking a college course on MacroEconomics (EC201 to be exact) this spring semester at MSU. I have almost no idea how a college class works other than it's a lot of independence and a LOT more work. I've found myself with a lot of questions as the starting date gets closer.
How early do you show up for class?
Where do you sit (600 person lecture hall)?
There are 2 quizzes and one final for the entire semester, how hard can I expect these to be (compared to AP level)?
As an AP student I take lots of notes and do a majority of learning on my own; how much of this work will actually help me (e.g. do I take notes on the book and lecture, etc.)?
Thanks guys, I'll probably think of more in the coming days.