In addition to answering six of the 10 questions on history, government and civics, applicants MUST demonstrate his/her ability to read in English. No worries, you only need to read one out of three sentences correctly to pass this portion. Also, the sentences focus on certain topics. Download and print the following material to make sure you are ready for he sentences you are going to be reading. Ask friends and family to help you pronounce words you don't know. Don't be shy!
Reading Vocabulary Flashcards To help an applicant prepare, these flash cards contain ALL the words found in the English reading portion of the naturalization test. The content focuses on civics and history topics.
Reading Vocabulary List This list gives must-have vocabulary for the English reading portion of the exam. In addition, this can also help you in the writing. Use the words in each column to make sentences!
Writing Portion of Test
Each writing test administered to an applicant will contain no more than three (3) sentences. An applicant must write one (1) out of three (3) sentences correctly to demonstrate an ability to write in English.
Writing Vocabulary Flashcards To help an applicant prepare, these flash cards contain all the words found in the English writing portion of the naturalization test. The content focuses on civics and history topics.
The Citizenship Interview and Test
Official government video from USCIS providing an informative description of the naturalization process and featuring a sample interview and test.
Questions or Suggestions
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