I need to take introductory micro and macro courses this summer before starting graduate school. In particular I need to take courses that roughly correspond to the ones offered by LSE in their summer program. However, I would like to take them, if possible, as distance learning courses. The LSE microeconomics course is taught off of R.H. Frank's "Microeconomics and Behavior" with Hal Varian's intermediate economics textbook as suggested reading; the macroeconomics course uses Perlman's macroeconomics textbook. Given that all of the correspondence courses that I've found employ multiple choice tests, I'm a little worried that they're not rigorous enough to satisfy these requirements. Does anyone know of any good Micro and Macro distance learning courses? Is multiple choice okay because it's the norm for all introductory courses?