U.S. Citizenship Civics Test – Of course you can pass. Right?
Immigrants applying for U.S. citizenship have to pass a civics test asking basic questions about American history and government, and approximately 93 percent succeed. But, only 65 percent of native-born Americans could answer correctly when asked the same questions.
The Civics Education Initiative, sponsored by the Joe Foss Institute, requires high school students to pass the test as a requirement for graduation. This sets the very basic standard for civic knowledge.
Do you think you can pass? Take the test and see!
TEACHERS – use this test as a study or practice exam for your students.
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