Share/Like This Page

Twelfth Grade (Grade 12) US Government Questions

Create printable tests and worksheets from Grade 12 US Government questions. Select questions to add to a test using the checkbox above each question. Remember to click the add selected questions to a test button before moving to another page.

Show US Government questions in All Grades.
1 2 3 4 ... 11 next page
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
How are federal judges chosen?
  1. Special election
  2. Congressional hearings
  3. Presidential appointments
  4. Regular election
Grade 12 :: US Government by billycamps
What is the official role of the president?
  1. Chief of State
  2. Commander in Chief
  3. Chief Executive
  4. all of the above
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
The Supreme Court has both...
  1. Original and Exclusive Jurisdiction
  2. Original and Appellate Jurisdiction
  3. Appellate and Exclusive Jurisdiction
  4. Concurrent and Original Jurisdiction
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
The majority party senator who presides in the absence of the vice president is called the
  1. secretary of the senate
  2. majoritiy floor leader
  3. president pro tempore
  4. senior senator
Grade 12 :: US Government by billycamps
Which of the following terms mean "legislastive body having two chambers"?
  1. unicameral
  2. bicameral
  3. Congessional
  4. Parliamentary
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
Written by those Justices who do not agree with the Court's majority opinion.
  1. Dissenting opinion
  2. concurring opinion
  3. majority opinion
  4. no opnion
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
When the Supreme Court grants a request to hear a case, they issue what?
  1. habeas corpus
  2. vois dire
  3. writ of certoriari
  4. ex post facto
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
The current chief justice is
  1. John Roberts
  2. William Renquist
  3. Earl Warren
  4. Warren Burger
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
The Speaker of the House is
  1. a member of the lower house
  2. a member of the majority party
  3. may only vote in the case of a tie
  4. holds a largely ceremonial post
Grade 12 :: US Government by billycamps
Having the right to vote is known by the following term:
  1. Sovereignty
  2. Manifest Destiny
  3. Suffrage
  4. Flappers
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
The members of Congress do not do which of the following things:
  1. make laws
  2. enforce laws
  3. represent voters
  4. serve on committees
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
What are the trial courts of the federal system called?
  1. District Courts
  2. Regional Courts
  3. Appeals Courts
  4. Cicuit Courts
Grade 12 :: US Government by billycamps
Political parties that are neither Democratic nor Republican are known as
  1. third party
  2. independent party
  3. also ran party
  4. Communism party
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
How many judges are on the Supreme Court?
  1. 12
  2. 8
  3. 6
  4. 9
1 2 3 4 ... 11 next page
You need to have at least 5 reputation to vote a question down. Learn How To Earn Badges.