You answered 85% of questions correctly. Here's your rating:
85-100%: Welcome to the United States! (And, truth be told, you know more about this great land than most Americans.)
Yay! I can become an American!
I was lucky though. And clever rather than knowledgeable, also.
Question 1. How many stripes are there on the U.S. flag?
I didnt know whether it was 10 or 13. But lo and behold, question 10 asks, "What do the stripes on the U.S. flag mean?", and I knew that they represented the original states - and what does the answer say? "They represent the 13 original states." OK - so 13 stripes it is! Bonus point.
Question 3. In what year was the Constitution written?
Umm, so I didnt know whether it was 1776 or 1787. But hey, then Question 7 asks, "When was the Declaration of Independence adopted?", and offers the same years. Allright, I assume they declared Independence first and only drew up a Constitution after that, so the Constitution must then be 1787. Bonus point 2.
6. What are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution called?
I so wanted to choose, "The first 10 amendments." I so did. Not just cause its funny. But then question 20 asked, "Which of these contains three rights or freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights?" - Ah. So it is the Bill of Rights. Freebie point 3.
9. What are the 13 original states?
OK, this one I knew anyway. But still, it helps that one of the answer options includes New Zealand (heh), and another lists.. 14 states (tricky tricky!)
19. What INS form is used to apply to become a naturalized citizen?
I totally guessed this one..
So in short - you dont really have
to be very knowledgeable to pass - you just need to be good in picking up hints
Ones I got wrong: 8 ("Which of the following amendments to the Constitution does NOT address or guarantee voting rights?"), 12 ("How many changes or amendments are there to the Constitution?"), and 16 ("Give me liberty or give me death")