The History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present CLEP exam covers material that is usually taught in the second semester of what is often a two-semester course in United States history. The exam covers the period of United States history from the end of the Civil War to the present, with the majority of the questions being on the twentieth century.
The exam contains approximately 120 questions to be answered in 90 minutes.
Knowledge and Skills Required
Questions on the History of the United States II exam require test takers to demonstrate one or more of the following abilities.
- Identification and description of historical phenomena
- Analysis and interpretation of historical phenomena
- Comparison and contrast of historical phenomena
The subject matter of the History of the United States II exam is drawn from the following topics. The percentages next to the main topics indicate the approximate percentage of exam questions on that topic.
35% Political institutions and public policy
25% Social developments
10% Economic developments
15% Cultural and intellectual developments
15% Diplomacy and international relations
User Test Results for the History of the U.S. II CLEP Exam
283 users have submitted their test results to us since March 2016
267 (94.3%) of those users have reported an ACE recommended passing score
The table below represents our users most recent test results for the History of the U.S. II CLEP exam after using Credits4Less.
Note: The date shown below represents the date that they reported their score to us.
|Feb 19, 2018||Pass||54|
|Feb 14, 2018||Pass||59|
|Feb 10, 2018||Pass||64|
|Feb 4, 2018||Pass||64|
|Feb 1, 2018||Pass||60|
Our Study Guide
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