Quiz: Can You Answer the Hardest Citizenship Test Questions?

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Have you earned your citizenship?

With your American citizenship on the line, could you answer these difficult questions? Take this quiz to find out!

 Jan 06, 2021

1 of 10Choose your answer!

How many amendments does the Constitution have?
27
23
11

2 of 10Choose your answer!

Which of these is something Benjamin Franklin is known for?
He was the nation’s second president.
He was the nation’s first postmaster general.
He discovered electricity.

3 of 10Choose your answer!

Who was President during World War I?
Woodrow Wilson
Calvin Coolidge
Woodrow Wilson

4 of 10Choose your answer!

Which statement correctly describes the “rule of law”?
Judges can rewrite laws they disagree with.
The law is what the president says it is.
No one is above the law.

5 of 10Choose your answer!

Under the Constitution, which of these powers does not belong to the federal government?
Print money.
Ratify amendments to the Constitution.
Make treaties with foreign powers.

6 of 10Choose your answer!

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

7 of 10Choose your answer!

Who is the Chief Justice of the United States now?
William P. Barr
John G. Roberts Jr.
Brett M. Kavanaugh

8 of 10Choose your answer!

The House of Representatives has how many voting members?
250
100
435

9 of 10Choose your answer!

The Federalist Papers supported the passage of the U.S. Constitution. Which of these men was not one of the authors?
John Jay
John Adams
Alexander Hamilton

10 of 10Choose your answer!

When was the Constitution written?
1865
1787
1492
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Are you American as apple pie? Do you love the history of this amazing country? Do you know what makes this country tick? If you were born here, do you think you'd be able to pass a citizenship test? If you said "yes," you should be able to answer these difficult questions regarding the events and people that shaped the good old USA! Citizenship tests are notoriously hard, even for those who are already citizens. We sometimes forgot how much we learned about the US during all our school years, and if we had to take a citizenship test, we might not do as well as we think. Do you know how we came to be? Do you know who the Founding Fathers were and how early American government was formed? Do you know all the battles fought and waged in the name of Democracy? Can you name every president that has served country since its beginning? Do you know the names of the great presidents from those who faded into obscurity? Sound like a fun time? We thought so! So what are you waiting for? Hit the play button now and prove you have what it takes to be crowned the ultimate American patriot. If you think you know the answers, and you think you have what it takes to become a US citizen, sit back, relax, put on your thinking cap and take this quiz. But before you do, give three cheers for the red, white and blue!