AP Exam Part 1 is a multiple-choice section to answer 60 multiple choice questions in a 70-minute time period. The exam tests your knowledge of topics included in a one-semester introductory college course. Topics include basic economic concepts; measurement of economic performance; national income and price determination; financial sector; inflation, unemployment, and stabilization policies; economic growth and productivity; and open economy.
The following table reflects the approximate percentage of the multiple-choice section of the exam devoted to each content area:
|8-12%||basic economic concepts|
|12-16%||measurement of economic performance|
|10-15%||national income and price determination|
|20-30%||inflation, unemployment and stabilization policies|
|5-10%||economic growth and productivity|
|10-15%||open economy: international trade and finance|
AP Macro Homework:
1. Pay AP exam fees by Wednesday April 30th.
2. Create an account to access your AP score. Sign up for a College Board account by Wednesday April 30th.