Excel in AP®  US Government & Politics

 

Excel in AP®  US Government & Politics

 

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Our updated app is now available on iPhone and Android.
Download now and see the exam results for yourself.

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Database of expert-written AP®-style questions
Solutions with explanations
Includes bonus round categories
Gamified deep dive review for everything U.S. Gov

1200+ 

​Glossary Terms

Hundreds of

Practice Questions.

Fun & Interactive

​Format

The AP Government and Politics app puts you right in the center of the political process!

Review how the institutions of the national government interact with each other and linkage institutions to make public policy.  Study how the Constitution protects individual rights and and civil rights.

The app has been redesigned to reflect the new course with its five areas: Foundations of American Democracy, Interaction Among Branches of Government, Civil Liberties and Civil Rights, American Political Ideologies and Beliefs, and Political Political Participation.

Over 300 practice questions and a practice multiple choice exam are included!

Features

Built for Learning.
Made for Fun.
New Features for the 2018 Updated App!

Database of expert-written AP®-style questions

Solutions with explanations

Includes bonus round categories

Gamified deep dive review for everything U.S. Gov

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Meet the Teachers

Experienced

Credible

Invested

Subject Lead: Eugene Chase | Reader for AP US Government and Politics Exam | American National Government Professor

Daniel Caudle | United States History and AP Government and Politics Teacher | Russellville High School

Anthony Dalasio | AP US Government and Politics, US History, Economics Teacher | Reader for AP US Government and Politics, Economics, and Comparative Government
Jeff Long | AP US Government and AP Macroeconomics Teacher | Keller, Texas
Kenneth Branstetter | Texas High School | Texarkana, Texas
Kristin Binyon | AP Government Teacher | Frisco, Texas
Lori Delk | AP US Government and AP Comparative Government Teacher | Little Rock, Arkansas
Marco Davilla-Robertson | AP US Government and Politics and AP Comparative Government Teacher | George Walton Comprehensive High School | Atlanta, Georgia
Greg Oppel currently teaches social studies at Edmond Memorial High School. He is an instructional leader focusing on curriculum development, historical pedagogy, professional development, and integrating educational technology.