Over the next few months, we will be releasing updated content for AP Microeconomics. We’ve spent the past year working with internal and external experts to review and refine our content, and we are excited to share it with you. The new course will add more videos to our existing AP Microeconomics content. It will also include new exercises, quizzes, and unit tests that are fully aligned with the AP Microeconomics Course Description.
Update April 2019:
We’ve now published videos and practice exercises in every lesson of the course! We’ve also switched on mastery - we did this in stages, so if you’ve been tracking your mastery percentage in the course, you may have seen it change recently.
We won’t be adding any more exercises to this course now before the summer, so the course mastery points total is stable for the rest of this school year.
You might have some questions, so we'll try to answer a few here. If you have others, post them in the comments below!
Question: I assigned (or was assigned) material in the old course. Will I still be able to access it?
Answer: Yes! Assignments should not be disrupted. The link to your assignments will still take you to the content that was originally assigned.
Question: What happened to the old content?
Answer: Everything you had access to before is still on the website in the Microeconomics course.
Question: Will this affect my progress through the course?
Answer: Because we are adding new content, this will cause the number of items completed compared with the total (the fraction of the course that is completed) to go down.
Melanie (Economics Content Fellow)