Could You Pass the U.S. Citizenship Test?

Put on your tri-cornered hat and raise those stars and stripes high — it's time to see what you know about the good old U.S. of A.

What is the supreme law of the land?


How many amendments does the Constitution have?

How many U.S. Senators are there?

We elect a U.S. Representative for how many years?

We elect a U.S. Senator for how many years?

When is the last day you can send in federal income tax forms?

When was the Constitution written?

Which of these people did NOT help write to the Federalist Papers

Which of these states does NOT border Mexico?

Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?


Your Result: Congrats!

Perfect score! America... F*CK yeah!

Your Result: Congrats!

You passed with flying colors. You know America better than a lot of Americans.

Your Result: Congrats!

Congrats! You know enough about America to join the ranks of its citizenry. But don't let it go to your head. You only barely passed.

Your Result: Congrats!

You passed! But you got a few wrong too. So don't be too cocky.

Your Result: Fail

We're not saying you don't love America, but you'll need to get about twice as many questions right if you want to pass!

Your Result: Fail

You didn't pass — but just barely. Study a little harder and you'll be good to go.

Your Result: Fail

OK, so you might be the most patriotic American in the world. Maybe you wear a flag to work or school every day. But you wouldn't pass the citizenship exam. Better luck next time!


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