Study Materials To Prepare for Naturalization Test for FREE
Part of the naturalization (i.e. becoming a U.S. citizen) process is taking a test. The U.S. government just wants to be sure you know what you’re getting yourself into as a U.S. citizen.
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Unless you qualify for an exemption or waiver, you will take an English and civics test. The English test has three parts: reading, writing, and speaking. The civics test covers important U.S. history and government topics. See below to learn more about the test and the free study tools available to help you prepare.
The English Speaking Test
During your interview with the USCIS officer for your naturalization application, he or she will evaluate your ability to speak English.
The English Reading Test
You only have to read one out of three sentences correctly to demonstrate an ability to read in English.
The English Writing Test
You must write one out of three sentences correctly to demonstrate an ability to write in English.
The American Civics Test
There are 100 civics questions on the naturalization test. During your naturalization interview, you will be asked up to 10 questions from the list of 100 questions. You must answer correctly at least six (6) of the 10 questions to pass the civics test.
Remember, you have all the information ahead of time, there are no trick questions.
You have two opportunities to take the English and civics tests per application. If you fail any portion of the test during your first interview, you will be retested on the portion of the test that you failed within 90 days.
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