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Re: Undergrad Looking for Honest Advice about pursuing an Econ PhD
Does your school offer Advanced Micro and Metrics? I would take those classes rather than electives. Tutonic gives good advice on taking graduate Micro, but I don't think you are ready for the workload. Graduate classes are often taught horribly and you need to reference couple of book to learn the material presented in lectures. Since its top 5 econ dept, just take Advanced Micro, Advanced Metrics and take the full Analysis Sequence. If you get A in those courses then think about taking grad Micro. I would also either take Theory of Probability (casella berger) or Grad Metrics to offset the B in probability.