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HeLP meeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

heavenlytaleheavenlytale Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hi I'm an international student in Asia and my school doesn't offer ANY ap/sat2/sat courses. Mainly because they expect me to prepare for national universities..

anyway, I'm having a hard time on self study.

Thread by canadiarpa was preetty helpful, but I don't get some things.

Um..first, do you guys just study the whole textbook when self-studying? I mean, economics was recommended as a good self-study subject, but am I suppose to flip through the think, horrible Mankiw book all by myself?????????

Or do you guys just look at the prep book without studying the textbook?
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