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- Available Lessons: 230
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About This Course
Our interesting test prep course contains lessons, quizzes and tests, and printable transcripts that will help you study for the GACE History Test II. Designed to boost your confidence, these materials are self-paced, giving you the ability to study whatever you need to in your own time. The Dashboard offers a location from which to monitor your progress as you work through the course and submit any questions to one of our instructors. This course outlines the following subjects:
- Colonizing the Americas and settling North America
- The road to revolution and the American Revolution
- The making of a new nation and the Virginia dynasty
- Jacksonian democracy and life in antebellum America
- Manifest destiny, plus the sectional crisis
- The American Civil War
- Reconstruction and the Gilded Age
- Urbanization and industrialization
- The progressive era and American imperialism
- The Roaring 20s and the Great Depression
- The United States in WWII
- The Cold War and the post-war world
- Activism, civil disobedience and protests
- The era of the 1970s
- The rise of political conservatism
- Contemporary America
- The history of the state of Georgia
About the Exam
The purpose of the GACE History Test II exam is to assess the knowledge of prospective history teachers in the state of Georgia. The entire exam, which is made up of Test I and Test II, may be completed as a whole or individually. Developed in a computerized format, Test II is made of 80 selected-response questions that candidates have two hours and ten minutes to complete. Questions on this portion of the exam are broken into United States history before 1877 (40 percent), United States history after 1877 (40 percent) and the history of the state of Georgia (the remaining 20 percent).
GACE History Test II Preparation & Registration
All the subjects you'd expect to find on the GACE History Test II exam are encompassed in this helpful course. These include the American Revolution, the Jacksonian democracy, the Manifest Destiny, American imperialism the 1970s and the history of Georgia. We've included self-assessment quizzes with each lesson and a test at the end of each chapter so you can ensure you've fully understood this material and will be ready to answer any questions about it on exam day.
The GACE exams are offered at designated testing centers in Georgia and throughout the world at specific times of year. Registration for the GACE History Test II exam is completed either online or by phone, at which time candidates are issued an admissions ticket. This ticket, as well as a valid form of government-issued photo identification, is required for entry into the testing center on exam day. Test-takers are asked to arrive 30 minutes prior to their exam times in comfortable, layered attire.
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