Earlier this summer we told you about the National Assessment of Educational Progress, which tests students in the fourth, eighth and twelfth grades to determine their proficiency in a variety of subjects, including U.S. History. For fun, Constitution Daily posted a few questions from the Eighth Grade History test, just to see how our readers measured up to America’s youth. You all did pretty well, so this being back-to-school season, we’ve decided that it’s time for more of a challenge.
Below you will find a selection of questions from the 12th Grade History Test. Give it a try and see how well you remember those high school Social Studies classes. Just remember, no cheating!