TIP Macroeconomics - Term II, 2000

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Instructor: John Kane
Teaching Assistant: Christine Seekamp
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Ishani Sudishanis@hotmail.com coolindiagrl
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Annie Watsonbelle_ile@yahoo.com  
Brian Wrightbwclimb@hotmail.com  
Information about the AP Microeconomics exam may be found at: http://www.collegeboard.org/ap/economics/. This page contains a list of the topics covered and sample multiple choice and essay questions (and a discussion of the grading process for the essay questions). In class this summer, we discussed all of the topics that are on the exam.... With a reasonable amount of review, you should do quite well. Hint: use your old exams, software, study guide, and text to review all of the course material.