AP Gov UNIT 6 Pulling It All Together: Public Policy Practice Test

AP Government and Politics Exam: AP Gov UNIT 6 Pulling It All Together: Public Policy Practice Test. This comprehensive practice test is designed to assess your understanding of Unit 6 in the AP Government and Politics course, which focuses on the integration of various aspects of the political system to formulate and implement public policy.

This test consists of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) crafted by an expert in the subject matter. The questions cover key concepts, theories, and examples related to the different components of public policy formation, including political participation, campaigns, elections, voting, political parties, interest groups, and the mass media’s role in influencing and shaping public policy.

AP Gov UNIT 6 Pulling It All Together: Public Policy Practice Test

Unit 6 - Practice Test
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UNIT 6 AP Government and Politics Practice Test

AP Government and Politics Practice Test
UNIT 6
Pulling It All Together: Public Policy
Total Items: 33
Section: 1 - Multiple Choice
Time Limit: N/A

 

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Based on the information in the table, which statement is true about the federal budget?

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Current foreign policy issues include all of the following except

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Which department is most responsible for providing the president with military information that would be useful in dealing with foreign nations?

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Which of the following is NOT a true statement?

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Which of the following is NOT a part of the federal budget process?

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Which of the following is true regarding U.S. economic policy?

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Which of the following was the first major government act of economic support?

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In the United States, the largest percentage of government spending goes to

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Which of the following is NOT associated with U.S. domestic policy?

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What has been the major goal of the government’s education policy?

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During the policymaking process, when a plan of action is executed by an agency or agencies, what important step has taken place?

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