Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by IcyPatriot, Mar 23, 2012.
Could you pass a US citizenship test? - Who signs bills? - CSMonitor.com
format makes it tough to deal with, but thanks for posting -- would have been interesting to see the whole thing (pretty easy through 7, but probably not so much if you're an immigrant)
93 out of 96. HOOAH!!
Yay!!! Now you can gun down 16 innocent civilians in cold blood but YOU won't be "illegal!!!"
Wait you could also flunk this and not be "illegal."
Eh well, yay anyway.
Anyway, I though the intro to the quiz was interesting:
Oh noes! A loyalty oath!
Sad part about this test is that 90% of high schoolers would not pass this test.
Yet we spend the most per country on public education.And our kids end up about 15 th in the world scholastically.
I wouldn't expect many older American citizens to be able to pass the test. But that doesn't mean anything as there's a thing called "studying & preparing" that most people do before they take a test.
American citizens don't need to be able to pass the test, so what's the point here IP?
No point ... just a FYI .... anyone wondering what the questions were.
I think people would be surprised how many of them would fail.
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