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This module provides 408 simulated exam questions with detailed answers. Each question is paired with a clear and insightful explanation paired with a Key Takeaway that summarizes the key learning point of the question, ensuring comprehensive understanding of the material.
We recognize your time is valuable, so each question is structured to help you master an important area of knowledge for the test. This module addresses nearly all the topics commonly covered on the exam, including:
government policy in the United States
important political events and decisions
key concepts in government relations
general terminology necessary for success
Katie McConnaughey is a freelance writer and editor based in Redmond, Washington. She received her Bachelors in History from Mount Holyoke College in 2004, after which she worked in the publishing industry, focusing primarily on children's and young adult literature.
Since going freelance in 2007, Katie has edited, written, proofread, and copyedited for a large variety of clients, including Simon & Schuster, Alloy Entertainment, becker&mayer! book producers, Symphony Space, diacriTech, the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, and a number of private clients.
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Upward Mobility creates high quality management education and test preparation material that is witty, engaging, and adds value in the learning process.
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