With this free U.S. Citizenship Practice Test app, you can easily prepare for the U.S. citizenship final Oral interview. In order to become a US citizen, you will need to answer at least six out of ten questions correctly (for the 100-question version) or twelve out of twenty questions correctly (for the 128-question version). The app will test your knowledge in the following topics to ensure your overall readiness:
-Principles of American Democracy
-System of Government
-Rights and Responsibilities (being a U.S. Citizen)
-Colonial Period and Independence
-1800s (time period)
-Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information
-star your flashcards for later review
-play all questions and answers audio automatically
-3 different practice modes
-pronounce all questions
-pronounce all answers
The following questions are not part of this app:
- Name your U.S. Representative. (depends on your state.)
- Who is one of your state’s U.S. Senators now? (depends on your state)
- Who is the Governor of your state now? (depends on your state)
Dec 1, 2020 UPDATES: There are two versions of the USCIS tests (128-question version and 100-question version). The version you will be tested on during the civics test will depend on your N-400 filing date (BEFORE Dec 1, 2020, you will take the 100-question version; ON or AFTER Dec 1, 2020, you will take the 128-question version).
For those taking the 128-question version:
The actual civics test is NOT a multiple choice test, but it is an oral interview. During the interview, a USCIS officer will verbally 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.
For those taking the 100-question version:
The actual civics test is NOT a multiple choice test, but it is an oral interview. During the interview, a USCIS officer will verbally 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.
Our Android app is designed to include both versions. It will help you improve your oral and listening skills if English isn’t your first language. Many users have passed their tests using our app, and you will too! Good luck!