During your citizenship interview, you will also take a civics test to evaluate your knowledge and understanding of U.S. history and government. A USCIS Officer will ask you up to 10 civics questions from the list of 100.
You must correctly answer six (6) questions to pass the civics portion of the naturalization test. You will need to say the answers orally. Below you can find a set of tests with 10 questions based on the actual test. All questions are based on the current and permanent (2008) version of the civics test.
Green card holders aged 65 or older and who have lived in the U.S. as permanent residents for at least 20 years (not necessarily continuously) would take an easier version of the civics test. Please practice with the below tests if you qualify for the 65/20 Exemption.