Btw, my economics test has turned out to be neither today nor Wednesday, but next week. It's almost fall break and we've not had our first test yet, and we're supposed to have three.
That's great to hear insofar as I was in no way prepared for it, but I would like to just get it over with. The professor said both,
There's not much to memorize, and that we have to know
Of course, I was prepared for that, and came up with three mnemonics for three of the sets of items: SPLuT for factors in price elasticity, TRIPE (with the R word starting with the similarly shaped B) for factors in demand, and GEESFDST (that is,
geesest with the e atomized into its neighbors, d and f) for the goals of economics.