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    Default Saylor Macroeconomics and Microeconomics Feedback needed

    Hey All.

    Just looking for some feedback on these two exams from those who have taken them already. I just passed the Introduction to Business exam through Saylor last week. I've been reading the Macroeconomics required textbook for the Straighterline course but am going to do Saylor for financial reasons. Looking to have Macro and Micro done within the next 45 days and these exams make me nervous because the subject matter doesn't float my boat at all. Any insight will be much appreciated. Happy New Year everyone.

    Sincerely,

    Marshall
    Thomas Edison State College (TESC)
    Enrolled in BSBA General Management - 84/120 Completed

    Finished: A.S. Liberal Studies with Excelsior College (Completed January 2013)


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    Quote Originally Posted by mlwilliamsiv View Post
    Hey All.

    Just looking for some feedback on these two exams from those who have taken them already. I just passed the Introduction to Business exam through Saylor last week. I've been reading the Macroeconomics required textbook for the Straighterline course but am going to do Saylor for financial reasons. Looking to have Macro and Micro done within the next 45 days and these exams make me nervous because the subject matter doesn't float my boat at all. Any insight will be much appreciated. Happy New Year everyone.

    Sincerely,

    Marshall
    I passed both of these recently, at first i used saylor for microeconomics and passed with a 74, and felt like i spent too much time with that (about a month). Then used the ap micro / macro book to study for macro, passed macro one week after micro with a 72. I felt like the AP book was more time efficient.

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