If you're looking for economics help, then you came to the right place. I have books, podcasts, videos, study guides, and practice questions that will make your AP* Macroeconomics and AP* Microeconomics exam preparation experience so much easier. I have created hundreds of educational aids over the years in many different mediums to help you understand all of the economic concepts, models, equations, and theories that you need to know for your introductory college-level economics course.
eBooks: The first thing you should do is download both of my Economics eBooks. You can download No Bull Review: Macroeconomics & Microeconomics and No Bull Review's Top 10 Guide PDFs to your cell phone, tablet, or computer. These books contain the most important concepts from each unit, all of the essential formulas, and every graph that you need to know for the AP exams.
Podcast: Next, you should listen to my free economics podcast lessons. It's free to download and stream episodes of the No Bull Top 10 Economics Concepts audio podcast, no strings attached. Once you have the mp3 files, you can learn economics on the go, whether you are jogging around the block, driving to school, or searching for a free lunch. You can review the major concepts of Macroeconomics in less than 75 minutes! By the way, I also made videos of these podcasts with the graphs and formulas so you can follow along with your sweet new eBook.
Videos: Are you still struggling in your Econ class? Need more reinforcement? Click on your class in the navigation bar at the top of this page for topical video lessons arranged by unit. Each lesson comes with learning objectives to keep you on task. You can also download these Macroeconomics & Microeconomics study guides featuring essential graphs, concepts, and formulas to know for the Advanced Placement exams.
Apply it: I believe learning economic thinking can bring you incredible intellectual gains that will also benefit society. That is why I offer these useful educational tools to you. It also helps me improve my craft as an economics teacher for my students.**