The Advanced Placement Macroeconomics exam is more math heavy than the Microeconomics exam. Make sure you are familiar with all of the formulas you find here.

There are 7 graphs you need to know by the day of the Advanced Placement Macroeconomics exam. This page will help you review the key points for each of them.

What is the relationship between the nominal interest rate, real interest rate, and inflation rate? The Fisher formula has an answer for us. Learn all about it in the link above.

An overview of the entire loanable funds market. It includes labels, determinants of supply and demand, along with different methods for dealing with crowding out.

Learn what the time value of money is and how to calculate both present value and future value with a given interest rate. Learn when to include or exclude the inflation rate.

Covers all the tools of the Federal Reserve that can be used to close an inflationary or recessionary gap. There is a fiscal and monetary policy sorting activity to try when you are done reviewing.

Get a quick review of the different parts of a bank balance sheet then test yourself with an activity that covers bank balance sheets and how actions of the fed, consumers, and bank owners affect a bank balance sheet.

All of the key points to understanding the money market graph along with a flash review game to test yourself and make sure you are ready for exam day.

Everything you need to know about the foreign exchange markets including every axis, curve, and determinants. Review it all here to prepare for this part of the Advanced Placement Macroeconomics exam.