An archive of the questions used for the U.S. Naturalization Exam in 2014 is available on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website, USCIS.gov, as of 2015. The U.S. government developed this series of question in 2006 when the exam was updated, reports the Christian Science Monitor.Continue Reading
The exam asks applicants questions about American history, government and integrated services, according to USCIS. The 10 questions in the exam are pulled from the 100 possible questions listed at USCIS.gov. The exam is administered orally, and applicants must answer six of the questions correctly to pass.
The exam is one of the 10 steps required to become a naturalized U.S. citizen, according to USCIS. Applicants must first determine their eligibility for citizenship by filling out an eligibility form, submit an application for naturalization, and complete a naturalization interview, which includes the exam. After the interview and exam, applicants who pass are able to take the oath of citizenship the same day, if an oath ceremony is available. If no ceremony is scheduled for the day of the interview, applicants will receive a notice of naturalization in the mail along with the time and date of the next oath ceremony in their area.Learn more about Immigration