All you need to know before taking the Citizenship Test, Naturalization Test or American Civics Test.

Immigration Consult logo for US Citizenship TestAll 3 are virtually the same test that covers American fundamental laws, history and government structure that every citizen has to know. Passing the American Civics Test is not hard with some study in advance.

There is absolutely no reason to walk into the American Civics Test unprepared. The test consists of 100 questions, however, it is not a multiple-choice examination as most Americans are used to. Answers have to be in full in order to be correct, there is no partial credit. Also, some of the questions are time sensitive and may not be set in stone.

Current overall failure rate for the US Citizenship Test is 9.4% or approximately 300 people a day

So, what happens if you fail? There is no penalty for failing the first time. You are simply rescheduled to give it another try in sixty to ninety days. That’s more time to prepare and come back ready next time. However, a second failure is final. With only two tries to get this right, it’s important to be prepared.

Everyone learns in different ways. The good news is that most of the questions are just a simple act of memorization, and there are several study guides to help you commit all one hundred questions to memory so you don’t have to worry.
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American civics test – must answer 35 out of 50 questions to pass.

Citizenship test – must answer 6 out of 10 questions to pass.

US citizenship test is an important part of the naturalization interview and is required by USCIS in order to obtain the US citizenship in the United States of America. Test consists of two sections: English test and Civics test. During your citizenship interview at your local USCIS office you will be tested on your ability to read, write, and speak English, as well as your knowledge of U.S. civics. The civics test covers U.S. history and government:
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English portion of the US citizenship test has three (3) parts:

  1. Reading
  2. Writing
  3. Speaking

• You will be asked to read one (1) sentence out of three (3) sentences picked by the interviewing officer in English
• You will be asked to write one (1) sentence out of three (3) sentences picked by the interviewing officer in English
• Your ability to speak and pronounce English will be determined by your ability to answer questions from the Civics and English Test, answers to your N-400 form, reading the sentences and following basic commands during the naturalization interview.

Civics portion of the US citizenship test:

  • American Government
  • Symbols
  • Holidays
  • System of Government
  • Geography
  • History and Rights
  • Responsibilities

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