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Ch 106: NMTA Social Science: Regulatory Agencies

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Let us show you the key points you need to know about regulatory agencies for the NMTA Social Science exam. We'll cover the role and impact of these agencies, as well as their function and authority.

NMTA Social Science: Regulatory Agencies - Chapter Summary

The lessons that make up this chapter can help you develop strategies for answering questions on regulatory agencies on the NMTA Social Science Exam. The videos present information on the following:

  • Role of regulatory agencies
  • Major U.S. federal regulatory agencies in business
  • Independent agencies
  • Government corporations

Our expert instructors present the concepts to you in ways that are both interesting and informative. They use plenty of visual aids to keep you entertained as you study. Each video comes with a full transcript. Use the personal dashboard to keep track of your progress through the chapter.

NMTA Social Science: Regulatory Agencies Chapter

The NMTA Social Science Exam is a 150-question standardized test that evaluates the depth and breadth of your knowledge in several areas of social science. These areas include: historiography and world history, US history, geography and culture, government and economics. The topics in this Regulatory Agencies chapter are part of the Government content domain, accounting for 19% of the questions. By taking our self-assessment quizzes following the videos, you can see how far your studying has taken you in mastering the material as well as gain valuable experience with the types of questions found on the test.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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