Ch 41: HiSET: Art & Science in the Colonial Era

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These entertaining, quick video lessons review art and science during the colonial era to help you prepare for your HiSET Social Studies exam. Reach out to our instructors any time you need help with the material in this chapter.

HiSET: Art & Science in the Colonial Era - Chapter Summary

History is a large part of the HiSET Social Studies exam. Use these engaging video lessons to study art and science during the colonial era and prepare for the test. This chapter will cover:

  • Baroque art and architecture
  • The legacy and ideas of Francis Bacon
  • The work of Galileo
  • Descartes and the union of religion and philosophy

Each video includes a transcript to make it easy to review lesson ideas and find key vocabulary items. Lesson quizzes assess your knowledge of the material and let you practice using the knowledge you've gained.

Objectives of the HiSET: Art & Science in the Colonial Era Chapter

The HiSET Social Studies test includes 50 questions and allows you 70 minutes to answer them all. HiSET questions fall under four categories: history, which determines 38% of your score, civics and government, which determines another 38%, economics, which determines 18%, and geography, which determines 6%. This chapter helps you prepare for history questions you might encounter regarding art and science during the colonial era.

The multiple-choice quizzes in this chapter mimic the format of real HiSET questions so you can practice answering them before your actual test. They also let you pinpoint where additional study is necessary before your exam date.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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