I have just been admitted to a graduate school for studies in economics and I major in public administration during my undergraduate time. I have learnt linear algebra, single variable calculus, probability theory and mathematical statistics by myself(Otherwise I will not be admitted). After all I am a amateur in economics, and I have another 5 months to go before register to the graduate school.
So, I think I'd better to equip myself with solid mathematical knowledge to deal with the courses in the first year, which are showed in the title.
ps. The books I will use in these courses are:
Microeconomic Theory, Andreu Mas-Colell
Advanced Macroeconomics, David Romer
And there is no prescribed textbook for econometrics.
Any ides are going to be appreciated, and if I didn't make a clear expression of my question, please tell me to edit my question.