How Much Do You Know On The American Citizenship Test?

Do you think you could pass more than a few questions on the US citizenship test? Lets find out just how good your knowledge of the US really is!
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Question 1/12

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Who is in charge of the executive branch of government?
The President
Congress
Supreme court
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How many voting members are in the House of Representatives?
435
200
350
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What year was the Constitution written?
1787
1776
1788
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What is the highest court in the United States?
Supreme Court
Federal Court
State Court
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What are the first 10 amendments of the Constitution called?
Bill of Rights
The Articles
The Annals
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Who was the president during World War I?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Woodrow Wilson
Herbert Hoover
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In what war did Eisenhower serve as a general?
Vietnam
World War II
World War I
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Question 8/12

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What is the longest river in the United States?
Missouri River
Mississippi River
Yukon River
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Which of these states borders Mexico?
Texas
Alabama
Nevada
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In what month do US citizens vote for president?
January
November
October
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Question 11/12

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Which territory did the US buy from France in 1803?
California Territory
Louisiana Territory
Oregon Territory
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How many amendments are in the US Constitution?
10
24
27
Result
Unfortunately, you just barely passed the US citizenship test. Even US citizens often forget the foundations America was built upon, as it is rarely talked about. Our recommendation? Study your US history and try again soon!

C+, Barely Passing

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Congratulations you could easily pass the US citizenship test. You know your American history better than just about anyone. It is clear that you are well versed on the ins and outs of this democratic country.

B+, Passing Grade

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Well done, you've achieved an almost perfect score on the US citizenship test. You know your American history better than almost all of your peers. It is clear that you are proud of your nation and strive to know as much about it as you can.

A+, Perfect Score

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1
Who is in charge of the executive branch of government?
The President
Congress
Supreme court
2
How many voting members are in the House of Representatives?
435
200
350
3
What year was the Constitution written?
1787
1776
1788
4
What is the highest court in the United States?
Supreme Court
Federal Court
State Court
5
What are the first 10 amendments of the Constitution called?
Bill of Rights
The Articles
The Annals
6
Who was the president during World War I?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Woodrow Wilson
Herbert Hoover
7
In what war did Eisenhower serve as a general?
Vietnam
World War II
World War I
8
What is the longest river in the United States?
Missouri River
Mississippi River
Yukon River
9
Which of these states borders Mexico?
Texas
Alabama
Nevada
10
In what month do US citizens vote for president?
January
November
October
11
Which territory did the US buy from France in 1803?
California Territory
Louisiana Territory
Oregon Territory
12
How many amendments are in the US Constitution?
10
24
27