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How Much Do You Know About The U.S. Constitution?

The U.S. Constitution is generally considered to be the single most important document in the history of this country. How well do you know it? Take our quiz to find out!
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What was the first U.S. constitution called?
The Emancipation Proclamation
The Federalist Papers
The Articles of Confederation

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Where did the Constitutional Convention meet in 1787?
Philadelphia
Boston
New York

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Which of the following is not protected in the First Amendment?
freedom of religion
freedom of travel
freedom of speech

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How many amendments were originally proposed before the ten that were ratified became the Bill of Rights?
12
18
15

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Who signs a bill into law?
the president
the Senate
Congress

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The Constitution establishes a system of _________.
federalism
socialism
democracy

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What was the official term limit placed on presidents in the original Constitution?
There was no term limit.
Two terms, unless in a time of crisis.
Four terms, no exceptions.

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Who wrote the Bill of Rights?
John Quincy Adams
James Madison
George Washington

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What does article three of the Constitution go over?
relation between states and federal government
the court/judicial system
processes for amending the Constitution

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Which amendment deals with the right to bear arms?
second
fourth
first

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Which amendment prohibits the denial of the right to vote based on sex?
19th
21st
15th

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How many amendments are there at present?
27
22
31

C+, Constitution Crisis

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You should really know the United States Constitution better than this...but we forgive you, don't beat yourself up that bad. It's something you should certainly consider studying up on though! We're sure you'll do better the next time!

B+, Constitution Capable

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Well, you're certainly capable of pulling out some solid facts about the United States Constitution! You may have missed a few of the tougher questions on this quiz, but with a little extra studying, you could be a serious expert!

A+, Constitution Confident

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You must be incredibly confident with your knowledge of the United States Constitution with that much information in your brain! Your score on this quiz is superb, and you're clearly a proud American citizen (or a real worldly person if you live elsewhere)!
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1
What was the first U.S. constitution called?
The Emancipation Proclamation
The Federalist Papers
The Articles of Confederation
2
Where did the Constitutional Convention meet in 1787?
Philadelphia
Boston
New York
3
Which of the following is not protected in the First Amendment?
freedom of religion
freedom of travel
freedom of speech
4
How many amendments were originally proposed before the ten that were ratified became the Bill of Rights?
12
18
15
5
Who signs a bill into law?
the president
the Senate
Congress
6
The Constitution establishes a system of _________.
federalism
socialism
democracy
7
What was the official term limit placed on presidents in the original Constitution?
There was no term limit.
Two terms, unless in a time of crisis.
Four terms, no exceptions.
8
Who wrote the Bill of Rights?
John Quincy Adams
James Madison
George Washington
9
What does article three of the Constitution go over?
relation between states and federal government
the court/judicial system
processes for amending the Constitution
10
Which amendment deals with the right to bear arms?
second
fourth
first
11
Which amendment prohibits the denial of the right to vote based on sex?
19th
21st
15th
12
How many amendments are there at present?
27
22
31

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