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The citizenship test has two parts: one that tests the applicant's ability to read, write and speak English, made up of language questions, and one that tests the applicant's knowledge of American civics and history, wit... More »

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While most of the questions on the naturalization test administered to immigrants seeking U.S. citizenship are fairly basic, a percentage can be considered difficult, according to Business Insider and Public Radio Intern... More »

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According to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, the citizenship interview includes questions about the applicant's background and her citizenship application. It also includes an English and a civics test. More »

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The U.S. citizenship test assesses an applicant's knowledge of English and civics, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The English portion of the test is comprised of three components: speaking, readi... More »

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The U.S. citizenship test does not change from year to year, according to Public Radio International. The test, however, does contain a rotating bank of 100 possible questions within the civics portion. Applicants are as... More »

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The oral test administered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services covers topics relating to American civics, which includes American history and American Government. This test is administered to every immigrant see... More »

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A citizenship test, which is also known as a naturalization test, is a test that demonstrates a would-be citizen's knowledge of the United States government and history. The U.S. naturalization test is an oral test based... More »

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