AP, IB, and College Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Principles 

Introducing the ReviewEcon.com Youtube Channel!

The ReviewEcon.com YouTube channel has just been launched! The focus will be walking students through past FRQ’s to give them the skills needed to ace their next FRQ exam. I suggest students work through the questions fist (links in the descriptions), then use these videos to check their work. 

I have 3 macro videos already completed and will be working on micro questions soon!

If you have any comments or suggestions, hit that contact button at the bottom of the page!

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Content Reviews are all CED alligned

Over the last few weeks, I’ve gotten a lot done! I’ve reorganized the content review and review game menus to match the AP Microeconomics and Macroeconomics Course Exam descriptions (CED), and I have created some new content reviews to fill in all the gaps I discovered when the college board released the CED. 

On the Microeconomics side of things, I made a content review for CED topic 6.4 on the impact of government interventions on markets and firms

For Macroeconomics I made content reviews on CED topic 4.1 on financial assets, topic 5.1 on fiscal and monetary policy interactions, and topic 5.6 and 5.7 on economic growth.

Next, I’ll work to realign the multiple choice practice and flash card review. Wish me luck!

AD, SRAS, & LRAS Shifts

After seeing how popular the supply and demand shifts was, I decided to make a similar game for the AS/AD model. Here students can practice shifting each curve individually to help better prepare them for manipulating the entire AS/AD model. This game has 30 questions and explanations to help students learn, practice, and relearn everything they need to know about all three curves in the AS/AD model. Good luck!

AP Microeconomics CED Resource Alignment

Welcome back everyone! I hope you all had a great summer!

Now that everyone has had some time to look at the new AP Economics Course Exam Description, I decided I should create a resource to show you how the ReviewEcon.com resources align to the new CED. I decided to start with micro and I will work on Macro next. If you have any feedback, hit the contact link at the bottom of the page!