I started to take my advanced macro topics one by one. It was hard at first because I really did not know where to start. I knew that the subjects were all based on the US economy but I did not really know how they would all fit together. Plus, there were so many advanced macro topics to choose from! And I really did not know which topic I wanted to focus my attention on.
Most of the time, the advanced macro topics are quite easy. They are mainly just advanced macro questions. But there are some questions that will require some complex and crucial macro thinking such as: What are the implications of the federal deficit?
These types of questions will take a lot of time to answer correctly. So I would recommend taking these questions at a slow pace. You should also not spend too much time on answering these types of questions because you will not understand everything. As long as you have enough time, you can go over the rest of the class’s problems and make sure that you understand everything before moving on to the next group.
In addition, I highly recommend having a study guide with you when you are studying. This will allow you to review any of the macro topics in detail and review each topic in a short period of time. I have a copy of a macro study guide with me and I can review it whenever I feel I am losing my train of thought or need to re-read something in order to understand it properly. A good study guide will help you do this and more!
So which of the advanced macro topics on the AP Exam is hardest? There are a lot of different topics. The hardest one for me is the real return on investment question. Because this one seems like a general overview, I have a hard time answering this question without going into great detail.
So, what is the best way to study for these difficult questions? I recommend doing practice tests for each of the advanced macro topics. There are plenty of review tests out there and I suggest using them. The main one is “Profitable Investment”, which is probably the hardest question on the whole bunch. Doing this will prepare you extremely for what is ahead of you on the test day.
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