As of 2015, one of the best locations to find information on the United States citizenship test online is the U.S. Immigration site. The site is not owned and operated by the government.
The U.S. Immigration site provides a helpful study guide that can be used to help prepare for the citizenship test. The site offers the application for U.S. citizenship and programs that can be purchased to aid in preparation. The U.S. Immigration site also provides information on green cards and U.S. Visas. The site is also available in the Spanish language.
Another good place that provides information on U.S. citizenship is the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, or USCIS, site. Users can locate the study guide for the English test and study materials for the Civics test. A USCIS officer administers applicants the English-speaking test and reading test. A vocabulary list for both tests is offered on the site.
The naturalization test is comprised of 100 questions. The civics test contains 10 questions, and applicants must get 6 out of 10 correct. Those who fail the test are eligible to retake it within 90 days. Brochures and guidelines for citizenship can be easily accessed through the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service site. The site is free to use.