Study Guide For Exam 1
Exam 1 (Feb. 2 – 5 by 11:59 pm)
The exam is AVAILABLE ONLY between Feb. 2 and 5 by 11:59 pm at “Exams” section of Blackboard. You MUST COMPLETE the exam by Feb. 5 by 11:59 pm.
In addition, the exam is TIMED (30 minutes) and taken TWICE.
The instructor will take an exam with a better score for grading.
It will CLOSE DOWN 30 minutes after you begin the exam.
Thus, you MUST COMPLETE the exam in 30 minutes.
Textbook (Ch. 1 – 3)
25 questions + 2 Extra Credit Questions (Each question is worth 4 points)
Multiple choice, Fill in the blank, and so on
Study with the lecture notes and the main text and fully answer the questions below.
Questions that you must study for the exam
Before taking the exam, fully prepare to answer the following questions. To answer them, study with the lecture notes and the main text. If you fully understand and answer them, you are expected to receive a good grade from the exam.
Topics that you must study for the exam
1. What is the definition of politics?
2. What are the definitions of institution, constitution, and government?
3. What is the democratic republic?
4. What is the home rule?
5. What are the main arguments of Common Sense?
6. What is the first constitution of the nation?
7. What are the main features of the Articles of Confederation?
8. How did John Locke and Charles Montesquieu influence the U.S. Constitution?
9. What are the main features of the Virginia Plan?
10. What are the main features of the New Jersey Plan?
11. What are the main features of the Great Compromise?
12. What are checks and balances (among three branches of government) in the Constitution? 13. What is the necessary and proper clause?
14. What is the supremacy clause?
15. What is the judicial review?
16. How are amendments to the Constitution proposed and ratified?
17. What is the Electoral College?
18. Why did the anti-federalists oppose the