So next semester I'm taking Japanese and Macro economics
Japanese aside, is there anything I need to really worry about when it comes to Macro economics?
I'm a NEET that has never been to college, so I wouldn't really know.
I remember self studying AP Macro back in high school and passing it. It's honestly not that bad if you can wrap your head around the general ideas and remember some equations, you should be good. It's nowhere near the amount of memorization it takes to learn a new language.
Of course if you go full NEET mode and put no effort in it, you're going to have a bad time.
I remember taking Macro and Micro back to back in college. I thought I'd like Macro more, but it turned out I liked Micro more.
The thing I found interesting is how neither of them really really covered the very basics of economics. I recommend Peter Schiff's book How an Economy Grows and Why it Crashes.
I'm in my third year of Chemical engineering.
I don't even care for it but I have to if I want to not disappoint my parents. I'm decent at it so I don't really care. The only problem is that I will probably hate my job when I do find one after I graduate.