Ch 98: NMTA Social Science: U.S. Citizen Rights

About This Chapter

We can help you review the important information about the rights of U.S. citizens in preparation for the NMTA Social Science Exam. Our lessons and brief quizzes give you useful strategies for answering exam questions about voting rights and civic duties.

NMTA Social Science: US Citizen Rights - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter can serve as a valuable resource to your study and review of U.S. citizens' rights as you prepare for the NMTA Social Science Exam. The videos cover all the important points you will need to know, including:

  • The Voting Rights Act of 1965
  • Progressive tax system
  • Civic duty

Our experienced instructors take you through each element of the subject, stressing the most important information you need to know for the test. The chapter's quizzes contain about five multiple-choice questions, and they can be retaken as necessary.

Objectives of the NMTA Social Science: US Citizen Rights Chapter

The NMTA Social Science Exam is a structured test that evaluates your knowledge of many areas within social science, specifically, historiography and world history, U.S. history, geography and culture, government and economics. You'll find that about 19% of the test questions belong to the Government content domain, which is where you'll encounter questions that relate to the rights of U.S. citizens. By completing the self-assessment quizzes found with the videos, you can see how well you have mastered the content, and practice answering these types of questions. There are 150 multiple-choice items on the NMTA Social Science Exam. With each one, you will read a passage or question and then read through several response alternatives.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter 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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