If you are considering applying for your US Citizenship, then an important part of the procedure will be the Citizenship Test administered during your interview.
You'll be asked up to 10 questions from a preset list of 100 questions on your Citizenship Test. You need to get at least 6 questions right in order to pass. If you fail to pass the test, then your Citizenship Application will be denied and you'll need to reapply and pay a new filing fee.
Use this app to learn the answers for all the questions and actually practice the USCIS Citizenship Civics Test. Features flash cards for all 100 questions. View them in a random order, or the order presented in the USCIS documentation. Take a practice test and see if you can score well enough to pass the actual Interview Test. Includes audio for all questions and answers on the Citizenship Test.
Unlike other apps, US Citizenship Test 2019 Audio allows you to select your state, updating the flash cards and practice test to include your state information (governor, senators, representatives) that you need to know for the USCIS Citizenship Test.
This app has helped numerous people successfully pass their Citizenship Test without any trouble at all. I hope this app will help you and make it a little bit easier for you to become a US Citizen!
* Audio for questions and answers
* Select the number of questions on the practice tests
* Select the score needed to pass (the real test requires 60%)
* Includes local government questions based on your state
* Flash cards in sequential or random order
* View all questions on the USCIS Civics Citizenship Test
* Sound on/off option
* Statistics of your practice tests
Minor bug fix, spelling correction.
Ratings and Reviews
Love the flash cards
I am very happy with the functionality of the flash cards and the fact that you can hear the questions and answers
Totally recommend this app.
I’m impressed to see that one person rated this app as the worst ever because in his view, the app gives incorrect answers... This person clearly HAS NOT seen the questions and answers provided by USCIS.
This app has only taken what has been provided by USCIS and in that regard, all responses are accurate and correct.
I find it extremely irresponsible to cast an opinion without knowing the facts. Just check for yourself against the official booklet provided by USCIS and draw your own conclusions.
Good, could be better
I love the app and I think it’s super useful, but it definitely could improve a bit. For one I noticed that there was a question that was “ what was one of the original 13 states “, which is a typo because it’s supposed to be “what was one of the original 13 colonies “ not “what was one of the original 13 states, another thing that the app could improve on is that it’s called US CITIZENSHIP but they only have the randomized 100 questions, in my opinion the makers of this app should other additions such as simulated yes or no questions and other practices that will aid people in exceeding in their interview. Otherwise I think this app in great and is both helpful and useful. (Remember that this is my opinion and others might disagree or agree with my opinion.)
Political message is BAD form/practice
There’s a question in the practice test that is obviously a political message:
The paraphrased question follows:
“What is a right of every US Citizen?”
The “correct” answer, according to the App, is “the right to own a firearm,” or something to that effect.
I find it outrageous, egregious, and preposterous that the creators of this App would attempt to inculcate this obviously political message into the minds of new would-be citizens.
Regardless of the most recent Supreme Court ruling in that subject, this is still a very contentious issue.
It’s also obvious that this is an unseemly and shameless attempt at “messaging” — at a not quite subliminal level.
I throw the BS card and respectfully request that the question — or at least that answer — be expunged from the test. There are plenty of other answers that can be used for that answer: How about “equal protection under the law” (14th amendment” or the right “against self incrimination” (5th amendment) or why not start at the top: i.e. The right to free speech or the right to peaceably assemble and petition the Government for a redress of grievances???” (1st amendment), just to name a few. Those examples are not even remotely in dispute, as is the right of every person to own a firearm...
Is this app funded by the NRA???
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- 93.3 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.