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Practice Quiz presents 34 free review questions to assist in the preparation for the DSST Introduction to World Religions exam
The DSST exams were developed to enable schools to award credit to students for knowledge equivalent to that learned by students taking the course. The school may choose to award college credit to the student based on the achievement of a passing score. The ultimate passing score for each examination is determined by the school. The DSST program is approved by the American Council on Education (ACE), and the ACE provides both a recommended passing score and a recommended number of credits that could be awarded to successful students.
Practice Quiz presents 34 free review questions to assist in the preparation for the DSST Introduction to World Religions exam. A successful completion of the exam holds the potential for 3 Upper Baccalaureate credits.
The DSST Introduction to World Religions test contains approximately 94 multiple choice questions The test-taker has 90 minutes to complete the exam.
The following World Relgion topics are covered on the exam:
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There are 94 questions on the DSST Intro to World Religions Exam, divided into ten categories: Christianity (18%), Islam (16%), Judaism (16%), Buddhism (10%), Hinduism (10%), Religious Movements (8%), Indigenous Religions (6%), Definitions and Origins of Religion (6%), Confucianism (6%), and Taoism (4%).
The DSST Intro to World Religions Exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes long.
The passing score for the DSST Intro to World Religions Exam is 400.
Passing the DSST Intro to World Religions Exam grants the test taker 3 college credit hours.
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