Pass the U.S. Citizenship Test
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Pass the U.S. Citizenship Test

Learn everything you need to know to pass the Civics Interview portion of the US Citizenship and Naturalization Test.
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 4 articles
  • 14 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Successfully pass the Civics Interview portion of the US Citizenship and Naturalization Test
  • Become a US Citizen
Requirements
  • You should review all the criteria for becoming a US citizen to determine if you are eligible to take the Civics interview portion of the US Citizenship and Naturalization test
Description

Are you a resident of the United States ready to become a citizen? This class will teach you everything you need to know about the most important step in becoming a citizen - the Civics Interview of the US Citizenship Test. We'll take you step-by-step through the basics of American History, and provide you with multiple choice and verbal quizzes that are just like the Civics Interview.

Let us help you become a United States citizen now!

Who this course is for:
  • This course is intended for legal US residents who are pursuing the path to US citizenship.
Course content
Expand all 21 lectures 01:17:30
+ Course description and confirmation of eligibility
3 lectures 04:04

Welcome to the course! I'll go over the purpose of this course, describe how this course is created to help students pass the Civics portion of the US Citizenship and Naturalization test and give a brief overview of what you need to do to be successful.

Preview 01:39

Before we dive into the material, let's make sure that you are eligible to take the US Citizenship and Naturalization Test. Answer these few simple questions to confirm your eligibility.

Confirm Your Eligibility
10 questions
+ Colonial Period and Independence
2 lectures 07:56

The Colonial Period is the era of American History before the Revolutionary War, when the US gained its independence. Learn about colonization under British rule and why the colonial settlers wanted the US to become an independent nation.

Preview 03:29

Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the Colonial Period, the Declaration of Independence and the Revolutionary War. These quiz questions are the same questions that you may be asked in the Civics Interview of the US Citizenship Test.

Multiple Choice: Colonial Period and Independence
9 questions

Test your knowledge with a verbal quiz, just like the one you will take for the Civics Interview of the U.S. Naturalization Test.

Verbal Quiz: Colonial Period and Independence
04:27
+ The Constitution
2 lectures 07:46

The Constitution describes the rights and responsibilities of government and protects the basic rights of US citizen. Learn about the powers that are outlined in the Constitution, and the Founding Fathers who wrote the Constitution.

The Constitution
02:48

Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the Constitution. These quiz questions are the same questions that you may be asked in the Civics Interview of the US Citizenship Test.

Multiple Choice: The Constitution
12 questions

Test your knowledge with a verbal quiz, just like the one you will take for the Civics Interview of the U.S. Naturalization Test.

Verbal Quiz: The Constitution
04:58
+ Rights and Responsibilities
2 lectures 11:38

The Constitutional Amendments describe the rights and responsibilities we have as citizens of the United States, such as the right to vote and the responsibility to pay taxes. There are 27 Amendments, or changes, to the Constitution. The first Ten Amendments, known as the Bill of Rights, provide specific rights of speech, religion, assembly, press, and to petition the government. Learn about what you may and must do as a US citizen outlined by the Constitution.

Rights and Responsibilities
04:42

Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the rights and responsibilities of United States citizens. These quiz questions are the same questions that you may be asked in the Civics Interview of the US Citizenship Test.

Multiple Choice: Rights and Responsibilities
15 questions

Test your knowledge with a verbal quiz, just like the one you will take for the Civics Interview of the U.S. Naturalization Test.

Verbal Quiz: Rights and Responsibilities
06:56
+ System of Government
3 lectures 14:03

There are three branches of the US government: Judicial, Executive, and Legislative. A system of checks and balances keeps government powers separated across these branches.

Preview 04:42

Do you know who serves as your state's Representatives and Senators? Find out who represents you in the government.

Find Your Representatives
00:38

Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the System of Government. These quiz questions are the same questions that you may be asked in the Civics Interview of the US Citizenship Test.

Multiple Choice: System of Government
29 questions

Test your knowledge with a verbal quiz, just like the one you will take for the Civics Interview of the U.S. Naturalization Test.

Verbal Quiz: System of Government
08:43
+ American History
2 lectures 10:56

The 1800's were a time of land expansion and population growth for the United States. The Civil War occurred from 1861 to 1865, bringing about the end of slavery in America.

America was involved in a number of wars during the 1900s, including World War I, World War II, and the Cold War. Learn about the history that led to modern America.

American History
04:25

Take this quiz to test your knowledge of American History. These quiz questions are the same questions that you may be asked in the Civics Interview of the US Citizenship Test.

Multiple Choice: American History
17 questions

Test your knowledge with a verbal quiz, just like the one you will take for the Civics Interview of the U.S. Naturalization Test.

Verbal Quiz: American History
06:31
+ Integrated Civics
2 lectures 12:02

Learn about the American Indians, US Geography, the symbol of the American Flag, our national anthem, and the federal holidays.

Integrated Civics
05:57

Take this quiz to test your knowledge of Integrated Civics. These quiz questions are the same questions that you may be asked in the Civics Interview of the US Citizenship Test.

Multiple Choice: Integrated Civics
14 questions

Test your knowledge with a verbal quiz, just like the one you will take for the Civics Interview of the U.S. Naturalization Test.

Verbal Quiz: Integrated Civics
06:05
+ Conclusion
2 lectures 01:02

Congratulations on completing the course! We wish you the best of luck on the Civic Interview of the US Citizenship Test.

Please Contact Us! Let us know how you liked this course - what was most helpful and what we could improve. We welcome feedback!

Be sure to tell us about your experience with the Civics Interview. We want to hear all about it, and what we can do to help you be successful.

Contact us at: TheTeam@RedSilkEntertainment.com

Congratulations on Completing the Course!
00:50
Contact Us!
00:12
+ Bonus: Full Practice Quizzes
3 lectures 08:02
Practice Quiz Instructions
00:27

This is a practice quiz with questions from all 6 sections.

Practice Quiz A (Multiple Choice)
10 questions

This is a practice quiz with questions from all 6 sections

Practice Quiz B (Multiple Choice)
10 questions
Practice Quiz C (Verbal)
03:37
Practice Quiz D (Verbal)
03:58