AP US Government

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Aiming for a high score on your AP US Government and Politics exam? Look no further! Dynamic Path presents 385 review questions for College Board's U.S. Gov & Politics Advanced Placement Exam.

This module contains multiple-choice review questions and detailed, helpful explanations written by educators and political science experts. Learn at your own pace in Study Mode, or give yourself a timed quiz in Test Mode.

Topics covered include:
– Public Policy
– Political culture
– Government Institutions
– Elections & Influences
– Constitution
– Civil Rights & Liberties

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There are 59 questions on the AP US Government Exam, divided into two categories: Multiple Choice (55 questions, 93.22%) and Free Response (4 questions, 6.80%).

The AP US Government Exam is 3 hours long.

Generally, a score of 3 out of 5 or higher is considered a passing score in an AP exam. Scoring at least a 3 is usually required to receive college credit hours. Colleges decide what grade to grant credit for, and some may only accept a 4 or 5.

Passing the AP US Government Exam can grant a student college course credit.

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