World History

What was a recurring incidence in the places that the Spanish Empire colonised and converted to Christianity like South America and the Philippines?

(A) The locals resisted the new religion and took a long time to convert
(B) The locals quickly converted but continued to worship old gods underground
(C) The locals converted to Christianity, but melded local religions and customs into it.
(D) The Spanish had to fight extensive religious wars inland to convert the locals
(E) The Spanish were initially treated as gods, which helped make the Catholic Church very dominant.
English

Being able to afford this luxury car will ______ getting a betterpaying job.

a. maximize
b. recombinant
c. reiterate
d. necessitate
e. reciprocate
United States History

2015 AP U.S. History Practice Exam Multiple-Choice Questions 14

Questions 14 – 17 refer to the excerpt below.

“We conclude that in the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’ has no place. Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal.”

Chief Justice Earl Warren, writing the unanimous opinion of the United States Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954

Which of the following was the most immediate result of the decision excerpted?

(A) Radicals critiqued government actions as doing too little to transform the racial status quo.
(B) Education advocates raised awareness of the effect of poverty on students’ opportunities.
(C) Civil rights activists became increasingly divided over tactical and philosophical issues.
(D) Segregationists in southern states temporarily closed many public schools in an effort to resist the decision.
English

Because you simultaneously focus two eyes on an object, employing a sophisticated method of determining distance and perceiving depth, we call our vision binocular.

(A) you simultaneously focus two eyes on an object
(B) you simultaneously focus on an object by two eyes
(C) of our simultaneous focus on an object with two eyes
(D) of our simultaneously focusing on an object by two eyes
(E) we simultaneously focus two eyes on an object
English

Sailors are said to catch albatrosses with baited hooks let down into the ship’s wake. To kill the albatross was thought to be bad luck, so they were released immediately.

a.  Sailors are said to catch albatrosses with baited hooks and let them down into the ship’s wake, then release them again, for to kill the albatross was thought to be bad luck.
b. With baited hooks let down into the ship’s wake, sailors are said to catch albatrosses then release them again, so to kill the albatross was thought to be bad luck.
c. Sailors are said to catch albatrosses with baited hooks let down into the ship’s wake, then release them again, or to kill the albatross was thought to be bad luck.
d. To kill the albatross was thought to be bad luck, so sailors are said to catch albatrosses with baited hooks let down into the ship’s wake, only to release them immediately
Chemistry

Which principal energy level has exactly four subshells?

(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
(E) 5
English

Kym was ______ in choosing her friends, so her parties were attended by vastly different and sometimes bizarre personalities.

a. indispensable
b. indiscriminate
c. commensurate
d. propulsive
e. indisputable
Logic & Reasoning

Look at this series: 4, 7, 25, 10, __, 20, 16, 19,… What number should fill the blank?

a. 13
b. 15
c. 20
d. 28
English

Despite years of poverty and ——-, the poet Ruth Pitter produced work that is now ——- by a range of literary critics.

(A) security . . hailed
(B) depression . . criticized
(C) celebrity . . publicized
(D) inactivity . . undermined
(E) adversity . . acclaimed