What are the most difficult questions on the Civic Education exam?

What are the most difficult questions on the Civic Education exam?

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One of the most important steps for many of the migrants that live in USA is to obtain the American citizenshipsince in this way they can have rights and obligations like any American, such as being able to vote, in addition to the fact that they can now live and work legally without having to worry about renewing any document or being considered something permanent or temporary.

That is why this is one of the formalities basics to do mainly in those who already have their Green Card and they have had this document for more than 5 years, so they have to meet certain requirements such as passing the civics and US history test, as well as master the English language.

Now we will talk to you about the civic education exam in which you will have to answer 10 questions and pass at least 6 of them, where you will have to demonstrate all your knowledge about the history and government of the United States, so if you are about to take this exam, here we tell you a little more.


Prepare yourself with the most difficult questions on the American citizenship test

It is very important that you are prepared for this exam, which is why the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recommends that those applying for citizenship study with the civic education guides found on their website.

Today we will tell you which are the 11 most difficult questions that you may encounter in the exam because let us remember that the USCIS has a total of 100 questions and of them they choose only 10 to apply to you and here we tell you which ones they are so that you are prepared.

  1. According to the Constitution, what is a power of the federal government?
  2. How many years is the election term of a United States Senator?
  3. Name one of the two longest rivers in the United States
  4. What does the “rule of law” (law and order) consist of?
  5. How many voting members does the House of Representatives have?
  6. How many amendments does the Constitution have?
  7. Who was the president during World War I?
  8. Who was president during the Great Depression and World War II?
  9. Name one of the current senators from the state where you reside.
  10. Give the name of your national representative

Now that you know what some of the questions you could be asked and which are considered the most difficult, you can better prepare to be able to apply and pass the American citizenship exam.


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