Quiz: Think You Could Pass A Modern Day AP History Exam?


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 Dec 02, 2018
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Question: 1/18True or False!

The United States did NOT fight the Soviet Union during World War II.

Question: 2/18Pick Your Answer!

What Roman Emperor made Christianity legal and ended the persecution of Christians?

Question: 3/18Pick Your Answer!

Which founding father is known for his large signature on the United States Declaration of Independence?
Abraham Lincoln
John Hancock
Thomas Paine

Question: 4/18Pick Your Answer!

What series of wars saw European Christians invading the middle east to retake the Holy Land?
World War I
The Crusades
The 100 Years War

Question: 5/18Pick Your Answer!

What was the name of the U.S. mail service, started in 1860, that used horses and riders?
Horse Mail
Pony Express

Question: 6/18Pick Your Answer!

Who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln?
John Wilkes Booth
Winston Churchill
Al Capone

Question: 7/18Pick Your Answer!

New York City was originally known by which Dutch name?
Nieuw Guinea
Nieuw Amsterdam
Nieuw Port

Question: 8/18Pick Your Answer!

What was the first capital city of the United States?

Question: 9/18Pick Your Answer!

The kingdom of Ancient Egypt grew up along what African river?
The Rhine
The Nile
The Amazon

Question: 10/18Pick Your Answer!

Malcolm Little was a civil rights activist better known by what name?
Martin Luther King Jr.
W. E. B. Du Bois
Malcolm X

Question: 11/18Pick Your Answer!

Joseph Smith was the founder of what religion?

Question: 12/18Pick Your Answer!

What's the name of the famous battle where Napoleon Bonaparte was finally defeated?
Battle of the Bulge
Battle of the Alamo
Battle of Waterloo

Question: 13/18Pick Your Answer!

Who was the first president of the United States to live in the White House?
Grover Cleveland
John F. Kennedy
John Adams

Question: 14/18Pick Your Answer!

The assassination of what political leader is often cited as the beginning of World War I?
Czar Nicholas II
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
John F. Kennedy

Question: 15/18Pick Your Answer!

A young women in the 1920's that behaved and dressed boldly was referred to as a _____.

Question: 16/18Pick Your Answer!

What is the name of the scandal that forced US President Richard Nixon to resign?

Question: 17/18Pick Your Answer!

The discovery of what artifact allowed historians to translate Egyptian hieroglyphics?
The Rosetta Stone
Magna Carta
The Constitution

Question: 18/18Pick your answer!

Which of the following battles took place during the Texas Revolution?
Siege of Yorktown
Battle of Blackwater Bay
Battle of the Alamo
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