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AP Economics?

FortunateFiascoFortunateFiasco 36 replies6 threads Junior Member
edited October 2012 in History & Social Sciences
I am very interested in taking AP Economics (macro & micro), but I have recently found out that although there is a teacher for the subject at my school, there usually aren't enough students interested have a class, resulting in it being cancelled. While I'm not certain that the same scenario will occur next year when I sign up for my classes, I'm wondering if this is a class that I can self study for. Has anyone self studied for it before and how well have you done? Is it worth it ? Any advice you can give to me would be helpful. Thanks in advance.
edited October 2012
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  • AshleySmithAshleySmith 26 replies2 threads New Member
    Yes, I highly recommend self-study for these exams (macro + micro). They are EASY. It is all memorization with alittle bit of EASY graphs.

    Just don't wait till last minute. Get all the reading done by April 1st. Then do reviews during april and may.
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  • FortunateFiascoFortunateFiasco 36 replies6 threads Junior Member
    Thanks for the suggestion. I also have the option of taking it online via Florida Virtual School, does anyone know anything about that or if it is worthwhile or should I just take the class into my own hands ?
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  • mjbarnettmjbarnett 15 replies1 threads New Member
    I am taking it now in school, and it really would be easy to self-study. Just know the concepts; they are applicable to all scenarios.
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  • FortunateFiascoFortunateFiasco 36 replies6 threads Junior Member
    Thanks for the info, I'll most likely do that then.
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