CLEP Social Sciences and History Exam
CLEP Social Sciences and History Examination Description
The Social Sciences and History examination covers an extensive variety of points from the sociologies and history disciplines. While the exam is in view of no particular course, its substance is drawn from initial school courses that cover United States history, Western human progress, world history, government/political science, geology, social science, financial matters, brain science, and human studies.
The essential goal of the exam is to give competitors the chance to exhibit that they have the level of learning and comprehension expected of understudies who meet a dispersion or general instruction necessity in the sociologies/history zones.
The Social Sciences and History examination contains pretty nearly 120 inquiries to be replied in an hour and a half. Some of them are pretest inquiries that won't be scored. At whatever time hopefuls spend on instructional exercises and giving individual data is notwithstanding the genuine testing time.
Note: This examination utilizes the sequential assignments b.c.e. (before the common era) and c.e. (common era). These marks relate to b.c. (before Christ) and a.d. (anno Domini), which are utilized as a part of a few course books.
Knowledge and Skills Required for Taking CLEP Social Sciences and History Exam
The Social Sciences and History examination requires candidates to demonstrate one or more of the following abilities.
• Ability to understand, interpret, and analyze graphic, pictorial, and written material
• Ability to apply abstractions to particulars and to apply hypotheses, concepts, theories, and principles to given data
• Familiarity with terminology, facts, conventions, methodology, concepts, principles, generalizations, and theories
The content of the exam is drawn from the following disciplines. The percentages next to the main disciplines indicate the approximate percentage of exam questions on that topic.