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"Good thing I was born in the U.S., I only got half of those correct...." Lol
I wonder if it would be the same if we took one for Australia or the UK or something.
I knew a lot of this from my parents, government class in high school, self-teaching, and documentaries on TV about the way government is run and how my country was formed. I most definitely am proud of myself.
Not bad for an Arab/Brit.
Yeah, I feel like it could be made mandatory to pass the citizenship test or something like it in order to graduate from high school.
You probably do, and better hygiene as well.
But if Barack, Pelosi, Reid and Hoyer have their way we won`t be a free market for much longer. So the validity of number 8 is dependent on whether or not Americans start caring about what their legislature and President are actually doing. George may have given us a war but Obama and friends could easily destroy our economic system.
Missed the speaker of the house and what the constitution is based off of.
.........which would be good practice for american citizenship i suppose
(if you got offended by that then lighten up fatty)
How many do you need to pass to get in?I thought the test would be more about the laws, not about the stupid history.
Accountable to the people my ass. More like accountable to bug business, campaign contributors, and the global economic elite.
This should be given in public schools at 6th grade. Especially the names of current politicians, and "Who is the government accountable too?" question. The PEOPLE. US, the government is accountable to us. That means, if we`re dumb, we won`t be able to keep it accountable.
...Does that sound odd to anyone else? o_O"
Ya, which is why I got it wrong. :P
I totally had the right answer, but got all confused at the last second and clicked on sumthin` else -___-`
I hope to god these are not the actual written questions on the test.
"What is the minimum age to vote in the US is?":-/
Only cause I forgot the US fought Italy in WWII.I also missed what was The Declaration of Independence philosophy one.
Oh yeah, if you fail, and you`re a US citizen, the FBI and CIA are gonna come and take you away. Probably shipping you to CANADA!!!J/K Canada is a really friendly, clean place.
And then I thought Sec of State followed the VP in succesion. ah well!
...Does that sound odd to anyone else? o_O
30/30, not all Americans are dumb. SO THERE.
nto bad, for a stupid teen.
I remember the citizen test being really hard, one of those things where actual citizens couldn`t always pass.
What`s the pass mark anyway? I was hoping it would tell me whether or not I would have passed.
Good thing it didn`t ask me any questions on the Judicial Branch. ; )
I`m English, and I`m quite surprised how well I did.
i took the real test 6 months ago, and it was actually a lot easier, and you only need to get like 60% right. it`s retardedly simple.
I guess with a little bit of studying I qualify to be a us citizen. but how did the american IAB`ers do?
not bad. but really? that was a lot easier than they normally are...
the part you were looking for that made the difference was "womens rights"
For UK citizenship, you should have read "Life in the United Kingdom: A Journey to Citizenship" and know the answers to these questions.
There`s a list of Canadian citizenship test questions of page 42 here.
Lastly, is an Australian practice test.
Should be interesting for those of you who thought the American one is too easy, since you are American.
What`s the difference between "fought for civil rights" and "was a civil rights activist"? The wording was kind of confusing in some of these...
not bad for someone who hates the government
Is that good or bad? In the early 1900`s, my great great grandparents lived in America for a few years before moving to England (before this, they were Irish).
Not so bad, right?
Should be harder.
I figured it was going to be a flash game where you had to avoid INS, jump a fence and swim a river.
Well there are a few other parts such as it not being multiple choice, its a english which might not be your native language, you have to have been a resident for a certain amount of time (and we all know how much of a bitch it is to get residency).
"23/30. Does that mean I pass? Where`s my Green Card, dammit?""
Citizenship, not green card.*pushes boat off ellis island*
That wasn`t hard at all. If that`s even remotely similar to the actual citizenship test... we need to raise our standards.
That`s okay. I was born here. I don`t need no stupid tests. :P