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AP Government Quizzes & Trivia

Whether or not you know much about how your own government works, if you want to pass the AP Comparative Government exam, you’d better know all the particulars of politics, policy-making, and powers in Mexico, the United Kingdom, Nigeria, Iran, Russia, and China. Do you know the different political systems each of these nations uses by heart? Can you explain the differences in social safety nets available in each specific sovereign state?

How have trends toward globalization and a worldwide economy affected each different country, and what direction are they each headed in the coming years? If you think you’re not quite ready for your AP Government exam, or if you just want a few minutes’ quick review to reassure yourself, take our practice quizzes today and make sure your knowledge is ready before it’s time to put pencil to paper.
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Below is a comprehensive AP test on the US government and politics. There are a set of rules and procedures that those in politics are expected to follow even when they are in government. This quiz is perfect for any of you who...

Questions: 60  |  Attempts: 3786   |  Last updated: Jan 8, 2021
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    Ratification of the constitution was done by

One of the most important subjects you can study as a US citizen is AP Government, which gives you the knowledge of how your country is being run. Know everything you should already? Take this quiz on AP Government –...

Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 2884   |  Last updated: Sep 27, 2018
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    Which theory of government and politics in America today asserts that public policy is controlled by an the upper-class who ensure that the wealthy and big business benefit more than the lower classes from government actions?

If you are in AP U.S. Government, this is a practice test for the AP exam, so study study.

Questions: 54  |  Attempts: 2795   |  Last updated: Apr 20, 2016
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    Which of the following principles protects a citizen from imprisonment without trial?

If you are in AP U.S. Government, this is a practice test for the AP exam, so study study.

Questions: 53  |  Attempts: 1720   |  Last updated: Dec 2, 2015
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    All of the following statements pertaining to the presidential veto are true EXCEPT

Chapter 11 of our ongoing series on Advanced Placement Government studies deals with a number of different topics such as lawmaking bodies, Senate, conservative democrats, the House of Reps, legislators, congressional...

Questions: 34  |  Attempts: 201   |  Last updated: Sep 27, 2018
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How does the president control cabinet-level agencies?
Each cabinet-level agencies are headed by a single person with a “secretary” title. These cabinet secretaries are appointed by the President and their appointments can only be formally confirmed when the Senate approves their position. On
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