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I thought since the notes would be coming little slow, I should provide the interested members with MCQs on what I have posted so far. They'll also help you in solving the CSS MCQs, so just don’t take them for time killing activity. They are as serious as the notes them selves. But do enjoy while solving them.

Since I have Posted Chapter#1 "the Constitution of USA" and only 3 parts of it so far, I am going to post MCQs from them. 1st read the notes than solve them.

Do not cheat, cause you would be cheating your selves and no one else.

Provide/Post your answer here cause at end of the week I'll give the correct answer and we'll give marks to see who did the best. It just a simple self assessment. Nothing competitive.

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MCQs on CONSTITUTION OF USA

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1. The American Declaration of Independence was issued in:

a) 1772
b) 1781
c) 1776
d) 1787
e) None of the above

2. The number of Presidents who have served for more than 8 years:

a) None
b) 1
c) 2
d) 3
e) None of the above

3. The Vice-President of USA is elected for the term of:

a) 4 years
b) 5 years
c) 6 years
d) 2 years
e) None of the above

4. The US Senate comprises of:

a) 98 members
b) 100 members
c) 120 members
d) 102 members
e) None of the above

5. Gerald Ford was US President by the constitution doctrine of:

a) Appointment
b) Election
c) Succession
d) Heredity
e) Non of the above

6. The month and date on which declaration of independence was issued was:

a) 4th of July
b) 5th of March
c) 6th of April
d) 14th of August
e) None of the above

7. The Article of Confederation was adopted on:

a) 1st March, 1781
b) 2nd April, 1981
c) 8th July, 1788
d) 4th July, 1941
e) None of the above

8. Article of confederation was Law over total:

a) 13 States
b) 50 States
c) 51 states
d) 40 States
e) None of the above

9. The New Constitution of USA came into effect in:

a) 1777
b) 1778
c) 1779
d) 1973
e) 1787
f) 1789
g) None of the above

10. The new Constitution was ratified in:

a) 1777
b) 1778
c) 1779
d) 1973
e) 1787
f) 1789
g) None of the above

11. Total membership of House of Representative is:

a) 435
b) 440
c) 310
d) 100
e) None of the above

12. The upper house is elected for the term of:

a) 2 years
b) 4 years
c) 6 years
d) 8 years
e) None of the above

13. The lower House is elected for the term of:

a) 2 years
b) 4 years
c) 6 years
d) 8 years
e) None of the above

14. The upper House of US Congress is called:

a) Senate
b) House of Representatives
c) House of Lords
d) House of Commons
e) None of the above

15. The Lower House of the US Congress is called:

a) Senate
b) House of Representatives
c) House of Lords
d) House of Commons
e) None of the above

16. The first 10 amendments are known as:

a) Bill of Senatorial Courtesy
b) Bill of Executive
c) Bill of Legislature
d) Bill of Rights
e) None of the above

17. The Central Legislature of US is known as:

a) The Parliment
b) The Union
c) The meeting
d) The Congress
e) None of the above

18. The US at the moment is federation consisting of:

a) 13 States
b) 45 States
c) 51 States
d) 50 States
e) None of the above

19. The US was initialy formed by:

a) 10 States
b) 11 States
c) 15 States
d) 13 States
e) None of the above

20. The American revolution began in:

a) 1776
b) 1778
c) 1765
d) 1739
e) None of the above

21. The Philadephia convention was attended by delegates from:

a) 12 States
b) 13 States
c) 11 States
d) 9 States
e) None of the above

22. The American Constitution is a:

a) Understood document
b) Un-written document
c) Written document
d) Does not exist
e) None of the above

23. The American Constitution envisages the doctrine of:

a) limited government
b) limited department
c) limited public
d) limited bureaucracy

24. The first President of USA was:

a) John Adams
b) J.F. Kennedy
c) Richard Nixon
d) George Washington
e) None of the above

25. the first Vice-President of USA was:

a) John Adams
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) George Clinton
d) Richard Johnson
e) None of the above

26. 1968 Presidential election winner was:

a) Richard Nixon
b) J.F. Kennedy
c) John Tyler
d) Andrew Johnson
e) None of the above

27. Senate is the House of:

a) People
b) federating States
c) Opposition Party
d) Ruling Party
e) None of the above

28. House of Repesentatives is the house of:

a) People
b) federating States
c) Opposition Party
d) Ruling Party
e) None of the above

29. The American Congress is:

a) Uni-Cameral legislature
b) Tri-Cameral legislature
c) Bi-Cameral legislature
d) Quadruple legislature
e) None of the above

30. According to the constitution the head of the State of USA is:

a) Vice-President
b) President's Pro Tempore
c) The President
d) Secretary of State
e) None of the above

31. The American President is elected for the term of:

a) 2 years
b) 4 years
c) 5 years
d) 6 years
e) None of the above

32. The age of American President must at least be:

a) 25 years
b) 30 years
c) 35 years
d) 40 years
e) None of the above

33. The only Catholic President in USA was/is:

a) George Washington
b) Ronald Reagon
c) J.F. Kennedy
d) Abrahm Lincoln
e) None of the above

34. The 22nd amendment, ratified in 1951, implemented that no President can hold office for more than:

a) 2 terms
b) 3 terms
c) 1 term
d) 4 terms
e) None of the above

35. The total number of amendments made in US constitution in over 200 years is:

a) 50
b) 28
c) 27
d) 30
e) None of the above

36. The number of Presidents who resigned from the office is:

a) 1
b) 2
c) 5
d) 7
e) None

37. The American legislature consists of:

a) 2 Houses
b) 4 Houses
c) 3 Houses
d) 1 House
e) None of the above

38. The Presiding head of the Senate is:

a) The President
b) The Vice-President
c) The Speaker
d) The secretary of State
e) None of the above

39. In case the Vice-President is not available to preside over the Senate meeting, it would than be Presided over by:

a) The Governor of any State
b) Secretary of State
c) The President
d) The President's Pro-Tempore
e) None of the above

40. The President of US does not require approval from the Senate when appointing senior civil-officers, secretaries, diplomats etc:

a) True
b) False
c) President does not have power of appointment

41. President does not require Congressional approval to declare war:

a) True
b) False

42. President does not has authority to call for emergency meeting of Congress:
a) True
b) False

43. In case both President and Vice-President are dead, resgined or unable to perform their duties, than the Presidency would be handed over to:

a) Secretary of State
b) Governor of State which has majority population
c) President's Pro-Tempore
d) Secretary of Defence
e) None of the above

44. The only President to have served for more than 12 years in American history is:

a) Richard Nixon
b) Bill Clinton
c) George Washington
d) F.D. Roosevelt
e) None of the above

45. J.F. Kennedy was succeeded by his Vice-President:

a) Gerald Ford
b) Richard Nixon
c) Lyndon Johnson
d) George Bush
e) None of the above

46. President F.D.Roosevelt was succeeded by his Vice President:

a) H.S.Trumman
b) J.F. Kennedy
c) George Bush
d) D.D. Eishower
e) None of the above

47. The Commander-in-Chief of the American revolutionary army was:

a) H.S.Trumman
b) George Washington
c) John Adams
d) Thomas Jefferson
e) None of the above

48. The number of subjects upon which the US constitution has vest power over the federal government are:

a) 50
b) 11
c) 18
d) 29
e) None of the above

49. Approval or ratification of federating States in order to make amendments in the US constitution is not required:

a) True
b) False

50. The American constitution is the most Rigid constitution of the world:

a) True
b) False


Note: As you can see I have added for MCQs that are not related to American constitution but rather to American history. However these MCQs are importent & do come in the CSS Exams. Some of them are not in the articles are have posted but this is the test of your knowledge, so find the answers your self.
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I'll expire the above MCQs on 26th March (Sunday) 2006. By that I mean I'll post the answers to the MCQs, unless people dont want me to ruin their (that is if they are having fun and want me to extend the date a bit).

On 26th I'll post question and answer quiz that my friend from USA has emailed me.
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ANSWERS TO THE MCQ SET.1 (USA CONSTITUTION)


1. c
2. b
3. a
4. b
5. c
6. a
7. e
8. a
9. f
10. e
11. a
12. c
13. a
14. a
15. b
16. d
17. d
18. d
19. d
20. a
21. a
22. c
23. a
24. d
25. a
26. a
27. b
28. a
29. c
30. c
31. b
32. c
33. c
34. a
35. c
36. a
37. a
38. b
39. d
40. b
41. b
42. b
43. c
44. d
45. c
46. a
47. b
48. c
49. b
50. a
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Salaam,

I got wrong: 5, 33, 47 without reading your notes yet.

I think you have incorrectly placed 'b' in the answersheet for MCQ # 26. I suppose it's 'a' - Richard Nixon.

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Salaam,

I got wrong: 5, 33, 47 without reading your notes yet.
Well it was danm easy anyways. I can understand why u got 33 and 47 wrong, but 5 was danm easy.

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I think you have incorrectly placed 'b' in the answersheet for MCQ # 26. I suppose it's 'a' - Richard Nixon.
Yes sorry...I have done the correction.

So you have got 94% correct answers I believe.
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Salaam,

The test was easy.

But the reason behind getting three wrong, according to me is my obliviousness.

I did not come across them while I was studying the subject.

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Just recieved this quiz question from a Friend in US (Well now in Canada). This type of question may not come in CSS but will measure the extent of ur knowledge.


Q) Consider ur self as the President of the United States. The Congress is to pass a lagislature which you do not favor. What measure will you take against the legislature bill if Congress is in session? What measure will you take when Congress is not in session?
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Post Please help to solve objective of constitutional law.

1. Who is veto power in USA?
a) Senate b) President
2. When term of Parliament was recognized as five years?
a) 1811 b) 1712 c) 1911
3. What is Salient feature of USA Constitution?
a) Written b) Unwritten
4. Who plays important role in USA for legislation?
a) Congress b) Parliament
5. Which kind of veto is called silent veto?
a) Absolute Veto b) Pocket Veto
6. 6. What is Salient feature of English Constitution?
b) Written b) Unwritten
7. When Magna Charta was passed?
a) 1917 b) 1825 c) 1215
8. How many readings are required for passing law?
a) 05 Readings b) 04 Readings c) 03 Readings d) 02 Readings
9. What is Role of Speaker in British Parliament?
a) Partial b) Fundamental c) Impartial
10. Which is the Upper Chamber of Congress?
a) House of Representative b) Senate c) White House
11. Who is the signatory of Magna Charta?
a) William III b) Edward V c) King John
12. Which is the Upper House of British Parliament?
b) House of Commons b) House of Lords
13. Which is the Upper Chamber of British Parliament?
c) House of Commons b) House of Lords
14. Whether Member of Parliament may be arrested or not during the Session?
a) Yes b) No
15. Which is last appellate Court in English/England?
a) House of Commons b) Country Court c) Privy Council
16. When petition of right was passed?
a) 1711 b) 1623 c) 1628
17. When bill of right was passed?
b) 1625 b) 178 c) 1689
18. Who is the Constitutional Head in England?
a) Mr. Speaker b) Prime Minister c) King/Queen
19. Who has the power of Judicial Review?
a) USA President b) Supreme Court c) Senate
20. Who is Executive Head in England?
a) Lord Chancellor b) Speaker c) Prime Minister
21. Which law is applicable in England?
a) Club Law b) Common Law
22. Is “House of Lord” is upper house of UK parliament?
a) Yes b) No
23. U.S Constitution is un-written?
a) Yes b) No
24. President has veto power in USA?
a) Yes b) No
25. Where money bill introduce in USA?
a) House of Representative b) Senate c) In cabinet
26. Can US President be impeached?
a) Yes b) No
27. Is House of Lord is appellate court in UK?
a) Yes b) No
28. Who is the head of Government in UK?
a) King b) Cabinet c) Parliament d) Prime Minister e) No One
29. Is tenure of president fixed in USA?
a) Yes b) No
30. Is “Judicial Review” exist in UK?
a) Yes b) No
31. Is “Judicial Review” exist in USA?
b) Yes b) No
32. Is king John signed the Magna Carta?
a) Yes b) No
33. Today, in UK, king is only symbol of rubber stamp?
a) Yes b) No
34. How many majorities are needed for amendment?
a) 2/3 majority b) 1/3 majority c) 1/4 majority d) No majority
35. What is mean the unwritten constitution of UK?
a) Totally unwritten b) Partly written, partly unwritten c) No One
36. Senate is Upper House of U.S. Parliament?
a) Yes b) No
37. Who uses Pocket Veto
a) Vice President b) President
38. Which government prevails in U.S.A?
a) Parliamentary b) Presidential
39. Judicial Review in USA is exercised by
a) Congress b) Supreme Court
40. Which Government system runs in USA?
a) Federal b) Unitary
41. When USA Constitution ratified?
a) 1857 b) 1788
42. Which is Upper chamber of Congress?
a) House of Representatives b) Senate
43. A total of how many amendments have been passed in US Constitution?
a) 26 b) 27
44. Which is the salient feature of US Constitution?
a) Flexible b) Rigid
45. What is the role of Speaker in House of Representative?
a) Partial b) Impartial
46. Who safeguard fundamental rights in USA?
a) Senate b) Supreme Court
47. Who passes money bill first in British Parliament?
a) House of Commons b) House of Lords
48. Who never dies?
a) King b) Crown
49. Who is the leader of the house in House of Commons?
a) Speaker b) Prime Minister
50. Who presides House of Commons?
a) Speaker b) Prime Minister
51. Who presides the British Cabinet?
a) Speaker b) Prime Minister
52. Queen Elizabeth II ascended to throne in?
a) 1952 b) 1955
53. Who currently is the prime minister of the United Kingdom?
a) Tony Blair b) David Cameron c)Robert Walpole d)
54. What is the total strength of members in House of Commons?
a) 635 b) 650
55. House of commons is the lower house of the UK Parliament?
a) Yes b) No
56. “King can do no wrong” in UK?
a) Yes b) No
57. Senate is upper house of the congress?
a) Yes b) No
58. Who has the Veto Power in USA?
a) Senate b) President
59. USA constitution is unwritten?
a) Yes b) No
60. Constitution of UK is very rigid?
a) Yes b) No
61. Who is the crown of England Now?
a) Queen Elizabeth b) King Edward c) Prince Charles
62. Who is the president of USA?
a) Bush b) Clinton c) Obama
63. Who is Prime Minister of UK presently?
a) Tony Blair b) Gordon Brown c) David Cameron
64. Lord Chancellor is the law secretary / Ministry of UK?
a) Yes b) No
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