5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- Each state appoints electors, which is the number of senators and representative per state. No person holding office in US can be elector
- The president can make treaties if 2/3 of the Senate agrees. The president can also appoint officers of the US, with the advice of the Senate
- N/A, changed by 25th amendment
- N/A, changed by 12th amendment
4 True/False questions
2-1-4 → The president must take the Oath of Affirmation before entering office
2-1-8 → The president will be paid for his services. The amount of payment cannot change whilst he is in office, and he cannot receive any other emoluments from the states
2-1-7 → All executive power is vested in the president. He holds office with the VP for 4 years.
2-2-1 → All executive power is vested in the president. He holds office with the VP for 4 years.