The Civics End Of Course (EOC) Exam is fast approaching!  We have begun to prepare for the exam in class and I wanted to fill you in on all the details.

Please be reminded, that the Civics EOC exam is a requirement for every 7th grader in the state.  The EOC does not have an opt-out option.  The EOC counts as 30% of a student’s final grade.  As you can see, this is an important part of your child’s academic year, so I ask that you assist them with organizing, preparing, and studying as much as possible over the next few weeks.

The exam will be taking place on May 2nd.  In order to properly prepare for the exam, students will be required to study a minimum of 30-45 minutes 5 days a week until the exam. Each week students will receive a log sheet to track their daily progress.  I ask that you initial these daily.  Log sheets will be collected weekly and will count as formative grades.

CIVICS EOC BOOTCAMP:  April 29th  9 – 12PM

Students will benefit from studying the index cards we are creating this week in class, but a variety of other tools and resources are available to help keep them focused and enthusiastic about the material.  The following items can all be used during daily study time over the next 3 weeks:

Mr. Raymond’s Civics EOC Academy Videos (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)


Civics EOC Test Items Information

EOC Study Guides

CIVICS 360 Practice Test

  • Civics 360 Practice Test from the state sample test questions.  Create a free account and take the practice test.  Print a report, click here or here to review the benchmarks for the questions you missed.  Watch a video, complete a tutorial, read and take notes, or play quizlet.

Gimkit Review Games


Quizlet Practice

Quizizz Practice – Civics

Civics EOC Review Videos by Topic

Helpful Videos


  • Forms of Governments (democracy, communism, oligarchy, etc.)
  • Electoral College and Elections:

You do not need to know all the Amendments, but this video may help you remember the ones you need to know…1 – 10 (the Bill of rights) 13, 14, & 15 (Civil War Amendments) 19, 24 (no Poll Tax), & 26 (Voting rights).