AP Macroeconomics Exam Prep
iOS Universal Education
Aiming for a high score on your AP Macroeconomics exam? Look no further! Upward Mobility's AP Macroeconomics Exam Prep app for the iPhone and iPod Touch is the perfect tool to help students to ace this competitive test.
The module presents 150 realistic questions, covering all key topics on the exam: basic economic concepts of supply and demand, scarcity, and the production possibilities curve; key economists and macroeconomic theories; important macroeconomic equations; GDP and GNP; the role of the Federal Reserve; scenario-based economic strategy questions; and much, much more!
Each multiple-choice question is paired with a clear explanation and a detailed Key Takeaway that reinforces the main learning point of the question, concept, or theory being discussed, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the material.
Upward Mobility apps are designed with an exclusive intuitive UI. They provide a Study Mode, where questions are paired with clear explanations and the user can proceed at their own pace, as well as a Test Mode designed to simulate the exam experience, where the user can set question and time restraints and their results are presented to them upon completion in both an aggregate and a question-by-question format.
Upward Mobility is not affiliated with nor is this app endorsed by the College Board
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