of Macroeconomics CLEP Test
Principles of Macroeconomics CLEP Test covers the material that
is taught in a one-semester class at the 101 college level. This
exam covers the part of economics that deals with the principles
of economics on a large scale. This includes information about the
general price level, output and income, and how different parts
of the economy effect each other.
CLEP test has pays special attention to aggregate supply and demand.
It also focuses on creating special monetary goals and the policies
and tools necessary to complete those goals.
will need to know important information such as GDP, investment,
inflation, recession, unemployment, etc. You will also need to know,
understand, determine and identify the structure and policies of
the Federal Reserve Bank. Understanding how currency, imports and
exports work is also essential.
will need to answer 80 questions in 90 minutes. There is no penalty
for guessing on the test and there are some pretest questions included
that are not scored.
of Questions: 80
to complete the test: 90 min
of Difficulty: 3
you will need to know for the Macroeconomics CLEP test includes:
sections of the Principles of Macroeconomics CLEP test are broken
down as follows:
Basic Economic Concepts
12-16% How Economic Performance is Measured
10-15% National Income and Price Determination
15-20% Financial Sector
20-30% Inflation, Unemployment, and Stabilization
5-10% Economic Growth and Productivity
10-15% International Trade and Finance
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