Someone on here put together how to study for that specific course, I can't remember who though. But I copied it and pasted it into a Word doc, so here it is (sorry that I can't give credit where it's due):
In my biased opinion, this test is an easier option in place of American Gov CLEP. Biased, because general political science is just more interesting to me than Amer Gov. It's less bureaucratic jargon and more stuff/ideas/issues that you would generally be aware of and affected by if you keep up with current events.
Resources I used to study:
This CrashCourse playlist:
Intro to Comparative Gov video series on YT channel "Zach Zhao" ...put them on 1.5 or 2x speed if you like.
Take the multiple choice unit quizzes and practice test; whatever you get wrong, Wikipedia it. Probably 70% of my studying for this test was on Wikipedia. Know and understand all the concepts, terms, and ideologies presented in the quizzes and practice test. If you can pass the quizzes and the practice test with a high grade (my rule is 90 but I'm an overachiever) you'll definitely pass the final test.
The Course Syllabus is very helpful for finding a particular article or document that the quizzes reference.
I studied off and on for about two weeks, and scored a 90.
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