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US Citizenship Test - Could You Pass?

An important part of the application process for becoming a US citizen is passing a civics test, covering important U.S. history and government topics. There are 100 civics questions on the naturalization test. During the interview process, applicants are asked up to 10 questions and must be able to answer at least 6 questions correctly. Here is a sampling of what may be asked. How would you do?

How many U.S. Senators are there?

How many U.S. Senators are there?

Featured Quizzes

"Do you remember the 1980s?" quiz (photogrpahs, Associated Press)

Do you remember the 1980s?

Learn about some of the history, politics and pop culture associated with a decade of affluence, excess and big hair.

A tornado cuts across the ground near Jarrell, Texas, Tuesday, afternoon, May 27, 1997. At least 30 people were killed and scores more injured as several tornadoes cut a swath through at least three Central Texas Counties. (AP Photo/Theresa Schuch)

Man-made and natural disasters test

Take this challenge to learn about different types of disasters and their causes as well as some of the most devastating incidents in human history.

"Where's the beef?" commercial (YouTube screenshot from Wendy's promotion)

Can you name the product from its famous ad slogan?

Advertising has engrained branded products such as beer, fast food and candy into the brains of consumers since the beginnings of the spoken word. Take this multiple-choice challenge and learn how brainwashed you are.

Actor Kelsey Grammer of the television show, "Frasier," gets a kiss from the dog, who plays Eddie, as co-star David Hyde Pierce holds Eddie during the opening day of the National Association of Television Program Executives convention Tuesday, Jan. 23, 1996, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon)

Can you name these famous dogs?

Name these legendary canines from history and popular culture including movies and television in this multiple-choice challenge.

Other Quizzes

Beyond The Front Page Quiz

Beyond The Front Page

Let's see how much you remember about this week's big stories. And, keep up on the headlines every day with washingtontimes.com/FrontPagePodcast

Do you remember 1980s slang? (Shutterstock)

Do you remember 1980s slang?

Valley girls, mall rats and surfers helped define the lingo of a decade filled with extreme fashion, new wave music and the age of blockbuster movies. Take this multiple-choice challenge to find out if you are a noob or a Dexter when it comes to 1980s jargon.