No they're as hard as any other average class would be, it requires a lot of reading/writing/understanding skills and discussion skills
Political science is the social which is related with state, politics and laws.
Science is not that hard just study and work hard! For me it comes really easy.
Civics is a part of political science. The scope of political science is more wider than civics. Civics is the study of citizenship and Political science is the study of states. These two disciplines are closely interconnected. In some countries, Civics is taught as an initials of Political science but in higher stage there is no need to study civics. State without citizen is impossible. so, Civics is the primary or initial study of Political science.
It discourages students of color from working hard in school.
Electoral is a political term and has no special meaning in science.
sort of if your average or bad at science.
study hard,attend and listen in all classes.
Yes you can, provided you hard a good class.
Political science is a science.
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Very limited, political science is a social science just like economics and there is some overlap with components of psychology as well. You may find more overlap with philosophy but I would find it hard pressed to define that as science.
Yes, political science is a social science.
Political science is not an art. It is a science.
Public speaking, debate team, political science (if your high school has it).
History, political science, sociology, business, to name a few.
No, Science is present even before our birth but Political science is not. Political science is related with social studies.