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Latest Social Science (303) Exam for 2015-2016
A computer based test which is composed of 150 multiple-choice questions. This exam must be completed for three hours of testing. Test appointments are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Computer based test are located nationwide. Candidates should get the national benchmark score of 220 to have the certification. On screen scientific calculator is provided during the test. Scaled score is provided immediately after testing; score reports are released within two weeks of testing.
Topics to be Reviewed
Candidates must take time to review for the following main and sub topics. Here are the detailed list of topics for your upcoming NES Social Science (303) test.
Historiography and World History
• Historical concepts, terms, sources, perspectives, and research skills.
• Major developments in world history from the beginnings of human society to 1350 CE
• Major developments in world history from 1350 to 1871
• Major developments in world history from 1871 to the present
• Major developments in early U.S. history from the precontact period to 1789
• Major developments in U.S. history from 1789 to 1877
• Major developments in U.S. history from 1877 to 1929
• Major developments in U.S. history from 1929 to the present
Geography and Culture
• Geographic terms , concepts, sources, and research skills
• Physical features, physical systems, and the interaction between the environment and human societies.
• Human systems
• Political science concepts, terms, and perspectives, and research skills
• Foundations of U.S government, the U.S. Political Process, and the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship
• Understand basic economic concepts, microeconomics, and consumer economics and personal finance
• Macroeconomics and international economics
Coverage with Weighted Percentage for Every Topics
Main topics with its respected weighted percentage attached. Candidates must able to establish great review attitude for every topic. Study the topics well to pass your exam.
Historiography and World History which covers 25% of the exam
U.S. History which covers 25% of the exam
Geography and Culture which covers 25% of the exam
Government which covers 25% of the exam
Economics which covers 25% of the examSort by:Show:
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