During your U.S. citizenship test interview, the USCIS officer will ask you to orally answer up to 10 of the 100 civics questions to test your knowledge of U.S. Civics (Government, History, Geography, Symbols and Holidays). As soon as you have answered six questions correctly, the officer will stop and you will have passed the civics portion of the citizenship test.
You will not fail if you provide an alternative phrasing of the correct answer.
The questions will be asked exactly as written on the 100 Questions and Answers list but the officer could re-phrase the question to make you understand it better.
The civics portion of the interview is a spoken test. The officer will speak the question out loud and you will also respond verbally. You won’t be required to read or write anything.
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