Friday, February 22, 2013

Take the Civic Literacy Exam

The Intercollegiate Studies Institute offers an extremely interesting Full Civic Literacy Exam.

I was feeling really good about my score until I finished reading Dennis's email.


He got 32 of 33.


Note: If your score was disappointing, I recommend regular downloads of The Mark Levin Show. The podcasts are free, you cheap ***.

11 comments:

Rehabilitacja Wrocław said...

Dobra puenta.

R. Chatt said...

I got one wrong. Wall of separation between church and state -- Jefferson's letters. Not bad!

The MUSEman said...

I got one wrong as well: The question on "Lincoln-Douglas Debates".

Of greater concern is that the average score of college educators constitutes an "F" - doesn't bode too well for their students! ;-)

Bones said...

Absolutely Museman. The incorrect and biased information is passed down from one generation of teachers to the next. Parents must pay close attention to their children's lessons and confront the school when they malpractice.

myiq2xu said...

You answered 33 out of 33 correctly — 100.00 %

BC Canadian said...

I scored 30/33, so I'm happy with that. Love American history and civic studies.

And Mark Levin.

That's right I said it.

mrkwong said...

32/33. I don't want to admit the one I missed.

steveegg said...

I wonder if we could make getting at least 30 of 33 correct (in a "closed-book" scenario) a requirement for holding a public office that impacts policy.

BTW, 33 of 33 here.

Anonymous said...

I got 32 out of 33 right — the flub was what Lincoln and Douglas debated.

Anonymous said...

I got all 33 right but had to think a minute to remember the Puritan answer. I probably haven't thought that long about Puritans since the fifth grade.

Anonymous said...

32 out of 33 - missed the balanced budget question