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APUSH Quizzes & Trivia

The AP US History exam also known as APUSH offers high school students a chance to earn some college credit and get ahead of the game. Do you think you know history? Are you ready to try out a college level test and see if you can pass? It is over 3 hours of fun facts and tough questions, like naming what effort resulted from the Progressive Era reform movements?
 
Do you know why the development of the policy of containment after World War II marked a turning point in United States foreign policy? If you want to pass this test, you have to go a step beyond memorizing the names of the Presidents and knowing a few general’s names. Are you ready to take our quizzes and see if you can make the grade? 
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So, you’ve just started in your studies of AP US History, and you may be feeling a little overwhelmed by all the new information coming your way. Don’t fear, however, as the ultimate APUSH Unit 1 Quiz awaits you...

Questions: 57  |  Attempts: 2828   |  Last updated: May 14, 2020
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    According to the religious philosophy of John Calvin and his followers,

Welcome back to another installment of our ongoing quizzes on AP US History, as we delve deeper into our textbooks today to look at Unit 2. Think you’ve been listening well enough in class? Find out now, in the ultimate...

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    American colonists, in the years just after the conclusion of the Seven Year's War, could be characterized best as

This test will determine whether you have learned the essentials of APUSH's Chapters 3 through 4.

Questions: 26  |  Attempts: 3983   |  Last updated: Jun 4, 2019
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    The Dutch colony of New Netherland


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    The Embargo Act


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    On march 4, 1801, after winning the election of 1800, Thomas Jefferson gave an inaugural address that stressed:
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APUSH Questions & Answers


What made the colonial states of Virginia and Massachusetts so similar in the eighteenth century?
During the eighteenth century, Colonial Massachusetts and Virginia were both royal colonies of the British Empire. The two colonies were both founded during the 1st half of the seventeenth century and both Virginia and Massachusetts practiced a form
How was transportation in colonial America?
Slow by any of the means available
Which of the following was not an important effect of the Great Awakening?
It strengthened the authority of the old colonial religions