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CSET Social Science Subtest III Flashcards - Summary
Flip through these fun flashcards as you prepare for the CSET Social Science Subtest III. These mobile-friendly study tools can be accessed on your computer or smartphone, which helps you review and memorize the exam's social science topics whenever it's convenient. Some of the topics you'll study include:
- U.S. government
- Mass media
- Political systems
- International trade
- American law
- Social science research
How They Work
To help you effectively review and memorize essential social science topics with these flashcards, we've outlined a recommended studying process. Just follow these steps:
- Open a flashcard set for the CSET Social Science Subtest III topic you're studying.
- Identify the social science term or concept on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Flashcards - Early Influences on American Government
Flashcards - Constitutional Democracy in the United States
Flashcards - Overview of American Law
Flashcards - Principles of American Democracy
Flashcards - Religion and Religious Diversity
Flashcards - Principles of Civil Society
Flashcards - The Three Branches of Government
Flashcards - Supreme Court Cases
Flashcards - Election Process
Flashcards - Levels of Government in the U.S.
Flashcards - Political Systems
Flashcards - Tension in American Democracy
Flashcards - Economic Terms and Concepts
Flashcards - American Market Economy
Flashcards - Politics and Economics
Flashcards - U.S. Labor Unions
Flashcards - U.S. Labor Market
Flashcards - Aggregate Economic Behavior
Flashcards - Factors in International Trade
Flashcards - California History
Flashcards - Sources of Information in Social Science
Flashcards - Historical Interpretations
Flashcards - Social Science Research
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Other chapters within the CSET Social Science Subtest III (116): Practice & Study Guide course
- About the CSET Social Science Test
- Early Influences on American Government
- Constitutional Democracy in the United States
- Overview of American Law
- Principles of American Democracy
- Religion and Religious Diversity
- Principles of Civil Society
- The Three Branches of Government
- Supreme Court Cases
- Election Process
- Levels of Government in the U.S.
- Mass Media in the United States
- Political Systems
- Tension in American Democracy
- Economic Terms and Concepts
- American Market Economy
- Politics and Economics
- U.S. Labor Unions
- U.S. Labor Market
- Aggregate Economic Behavior
- Factors in International Trade
- California History
- Sources of Information in Social Science
- Historical Interpretations
- Social Science Research
- Social Science Perspectives