Study Resources: Principles of Macroeconomics
These resources, compiled by the CLEP test development committee and staff members, may help you study for your exam. However, none of these sources are designed specifically to provide preparation for a CLEP exam. College Board has no control over their content and cannot vouch for accuracy.
To broaden your knowledge of economic issues, you may read relevant articles published in the economics periodicals that are available in most college libraries. Magazines like The Economist and newspapers like The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, along with local papers, may also enhance your understanding of economic issues.
Modern States: Principles of Macroeconomics
Free online CLEP Principles of Macroeconomics course from Modern States Education Alliance.
Wikibooks: Macroeconomics Textbook
This free textbook features information about macroeconomics in national and international systems.
Economics Department at SUNY Oswego: Online Economics Textbooks
An online resource listing economics-related textbooks.
University of California, Berkeley: Webcast Lecture for Economics
A learning and review tool intended to assist UC Berkeley students in course work.
"Free to Choose" TV Series by Milton Friedman
A PBS TV series by Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman.
Dollars and Sense
An organization that publishes content and books related to economic news and analysis.
edX: AP Macroeconomics: Challenging Concepts
A course addressing the most challenging concepts in macroeconomics.
Khan Academy: Macroeconomics
Learn the basics of economics, starting with an introduction to macroeconomics.