DSST* Study Guide
Ethics in America
The only study guide that teaches you what you need to know to pass the Ethics in America exam (with no prior knowledge needed), and is constantly updated based on student feedback to guarantee you the best possible results.
About the DSST* Exam
The Ethics in America DSST exam covers the material taught in a typical undergraduate introductory course on ethics or moral philosophy. InstantCert's course for this subject is divided into two parts: a main set of flashcards to teach you the terminology, concepts, and the different ethical perspectives, and a set of scenario-based flashcards where you learn to apply that knowledge to realistic situations.
Topics Covered in this Course
Greek Views: Thucydides, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle
Moral law: Epictetus, Aquinas, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Jefferson, Kant, King, Rawls
Consequential ethics: Epicurus, Bentham, Mill, Rand
Ethical Analysis of Issues and Practical Applications
Morality, relationships, and sexuality
Life and death issues
Economic inequity, poverty, and equal opportunity
Racism and affirmative action
War and peace
Life-centered and human-centered ethics
Customer Test Results for this Exam
822 users submitted test results since September, 2005.
791 of those users reported a passing score (96%).
Below are ten of the most recent user-submitted test results. These are unfiltered, real results that were submitted by InstantCert students:
|Date of Exam||Result||Score|
|Jun 14, 2021||passed||438|
|Jun 8, 2021||passed||429|
|Mar 23, 2021||passed||418|
|Mar 22, 2021||passed||452|
|Feb 16, 2021||passed||413|
|Feb 15, 2021||failed||380|
|Dec 18, 2020||passed||425|
|Dec 17, 2020||failed||390|
|Nov 24, 2020||passed||429|
|Nov 16, 2020||passed||402|
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