Our web app (100 questions & 128 questions) will help you learn the US Citizenship Test study materials quickly and effectively without any installations. Also, it will gauge your overall readiness for the official oral interview exam. (If you have issues loading the questions, please clear the browser cache.)
With our goal to help you pass your citizenship test with ease. We have developed an Android app. The feature-rich app will allow you study for the US Citizenship test at wherever you are.
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We believe that the first step in achieving the American dream is getting your U.S. Citizenship. Our Android/iOS/Web applications are designed to help you learn the testing materials as effectively as you can. Many of our visitors have successfully passed their U.S. Citizenship Test, and you will too!
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WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE REAL TEST (Updated 2/23/2021)
The actual civics test is NOT a multiple choice test, but it is an oral interview.
For those taking the 100-question test (2008 version):
During the interview, a USCIS officer will ask you up to 10 questions from the list of 100 questions in English. You need to answer 6 out of the 10 questions correctly to pass the civics test.
For those taking the 128-question test (2020 version):
During the interview, a USCIS officer will ask you up to 20 questions from the list of 128 questions in English. You need to answer 12 out of the 20 questions correctly to pass the civics test.
USCIS has announced those who were required to take the 2020 version (128-question test) will now have the option to take the 2020 version (128-question test) OR the 2008 version (100-question test). Our Android/iOS apps are designed to include both test versions. It will help you improve your oral and listening skills if English isn’t your first language.
Certain applicants, because of age and time as a permanent resident, are exempt from the English requirements for naturalization and may take the civics test in the language of their choice. This requirement usually applies to people who are age 50 or older at the time of filing for naturalization and have lived as a permanent resident (green card holder) in the United States for 20 years (commonly referred to as the “50/20” exception). Or, people who are age 55 or older at the time of filing for naturalization and have lived as a permanent resident in the United States for 15 years (commonly referred to as the “55/15” exception).