The Opportunity Cost of Not Studying for an AP Exam
If you make a decision not to study for your AP Macroeconomics exam, you may not earn college credit for by passing the AP exam. The most significant opportunity cost of your decision not to study for your exam would be
the registration fees you paid to take the exam.
time otherwise spent enjoying your senior year of high school.
the time and money you will spend when you take the course in college.
all of the time you actually did spend studying for other exams.
the feeling of sadness for missing out on an opportunity to earn credit for the course in high school.