2021 U.S. Citizenship (Practice Quiz) Official USCIS Civics Test: One Easy Answer (Random Order)
This educational video is the 2008 old version of the Civics Test with 100 questions and answers only, and is updated with the new President and Vice-President including their political party as part of the Civics Test.
Make sure that you are learning and studying the right questions for your upcoming Naturalization Interview and Tests for your U.S. Citizenship. The Civics Questions shall depend on your N-400 Filing and Received Notice Date. Check the “RECEIVED DATE” on your N-400 USCIS I-797C Receipt Letter. If you are an applicant with a “RECEIVED DATE” on your N-400 Receipt Notice BEFORE December 1, 2020 (12/01/2020), then you will take the OLD 2008 Version of the Civics Test with 100 questions and answers. If you are an applicant with a “RECEIVED DATE” on your N-400 Receipt Notice ON OR AFTER December 1, 2020 (12/01/2020), then you will take the NEW 2020 Version of the CIvics Test with 128 questions and answers.
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This 2021 educational video contains random test questions for your U.S. Citizenship Official Civics Naturalization Test. In this video, you will be given time (up to 5 seconds) to answer each question. We hope that you’ll be able to answer all of them. It will be a very good indication that you are ready for your upcoming interview and tests for American (U.S.) citizenship.
Please take note that during the Naturalization Interview and Exams, you will be asked up to ten (10) questions. You should answer six (6) questions correctly in order to pass the naturalization test for the government and history examination.
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We also have the U.S. Citizenship Official Reading and Writing Tests (History Government Civics Exams) link here for you:
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