A friend sent me a link to a sample test for US citizenship. The test says:
are usually selected from a list of 100 sample questions that
prospective citizens can look at ahead of the interview (though the
examiner is not limited to those questions). Some are easy, some are
not. We have picked some of the more difficult ones. Should you be welcomed immediately to the Land of the Free or sent home for some more homework? Find out!
Well, reading that these were "some of the more difficult" questions made me nervous. I would hate to fail. History was one of my favorite subjects back in school. But the good news is, I only missed one question which had to do with the form number to apply for naturalization; I never filled one out so hadn’t a clue.
My score was 95%. The results say:
85-100%: Welcome to the United States! (And, truth be told, you know more about this great land than most Americans.)
So how did you do?
Hope everyone is having a great holiday weekend. I’ve got my nose to the grindstone, finishing the book that I must send off on the 5th. No holiday for me, although I’ll be at a family picnic late on the 4th. It’s always good to be with family.