CLEP* Study Guide
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present
The only study guide that teaches you what you need to know to pass the Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present exam (with no prior knowledge needed), and is constantly updated based on student feedback to guarantee you the best possible results.
About the CLEP* Exam
The Western Civilization II CLEP exam is designed to test the student on material typically taught in the second semester of a two-semester undergraduate college course in Western Civilization. InstantCert's course for this subject gives you a concise but complete overview of European history from the mid-seventeenth century up to recent times.
Topics Covered in this Course
Absolutism and Constitutionalism, 1648-1715
Competition for empire and economic expansion
The scientific view of the world
Period of Enlightenment
Revolution and Napoleonic Europe
The Industrial Revolution
Political and cultural developments, 1815-1848
Politics and diplomacy in the Age of Nationalism, 1850-1914
Economy, culture, and imperialism, 1850-1914
The First World War and the Russian Revolution
Europe between the wars
The Second World War and contemporary Europe
Customer Test Results for this Exam
349 users submitted test results since January, 2006.
319 of those users reported a passing score (91%).
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|
|Mar 16, 2021||failed||47|
|Feb 23, 2021||passed||69|
|Feb 23, 2021||passed||51|
|Feb 2, 2021||passed||52|
|Feb 1, 2021||passed||59|
|Jan 22, 2021||passed||60|
|Dec 1, 2020||passed||58|
|Nov 13, 2020||passed||53|
|Sep 28, 2020||passed||60|
|Sep 23, 2020||passed||60|
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