Introduction to Sociology Certification Exam (Foundation)

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StudySection gives you an opportunity to judge your understanding of how different sociological perspectives have developed by launching a Free Online Certification Exam (Foundation). This Certification Exam is suitable for beginners who have basic knowledge of society and societal relationships. The objective of this certification exam is to describe how sociology emerged and developed the methods and approaches of sociology and the ideologies of various socialists.

Sociology is the study of groups and group interactions, societies, and social interactions, ranging from local and close groups to huge groupings. Sociologists define a society as a collection of people who reside in a specific geographical area, interact with one another, and have a similar culture. Sociologists research society at all levels and in all facets. Micro-level sociologists analyze tiny groups and individual interactions, whereas macro-level sociologists examine trends within and between big groups and societies.

This certification exam consists of several multiple-choice questions on the fundamentals of this program. Some questions may have more than one correct option, and you must select all the correct options in order to make your answer right. After you have successfully passed this online Certification Exam (Foundation), you will become eligible to get an e-Certificate and a certification badge that can be used to enhance your career profile and social media profiles too.

Topics to be covered in the Introduction to Sociology Free Online Certification Exam are the following:

  • Basics of Sociology
  • Social System
  • Culture
  • Groupism in Society
  • Ideologies of various Socialists
  • Social Relationships
  • Socialization
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Test Time - 20 Minutes

Total Questions - 30

Passing Score - 50%

Note - This test has to be completed in a single session. A question may have multiple correct options. You have to mark all the correct options for your answer to be considered correct. You will see checkboxes instead of the radio buttons for the options in case a question has multiple correct options.
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