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Hey guys my interview in 4 days I studded the 100 question and I remember them very well, I am little bet worry about the writing portion of test as I am very bad in spilling with so I am wondering is guys can give me the writing sample of the test

like this one I found here
what month is Columbus day
Columbus day is in October

Plz help

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Your writing test will be one of the 100 questions.


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Hey guys my interview in 4 days I studded the 100 question and I remember them very well, I am little bet worry about the writing portion of test as I am very bad in spilling with so I am wondering is guys can give me the writing sample of the test

like this one I found here what month is Columbus day

Columbus day is in October

Plz help

Your writing test will be one of the 100 questions.

Penguin,

I think you've got that wrong; the writing test may have some words in common with the 100 civics questions, but they will NOT ask you to write one of those questions.

AMSB,

I've seen VJ members report that they were asked to right sentences such as:

We pay taxes, the white houses in Washington DC, the president lives in the White House, California has the most people, there are 100 senators, Columbus Day is in October. However, they can ask you to right other sentences. Remember that minor spelling mistakes should not lead to you failing the test.

http://www.uscis.gov/policymanual/HTML/PolicyManual-Volume12-PartE-Chapter2.html

An applicant does not fail the writing test because of spelling, capitalization, or punctuation errors, unless the errors interfere with the meaning of the sentence and the officer is unable to understand the sentence.​


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Penguin,

I think you've got that wrong; the writing test may have some words in common with the 100 civics questions, but they will NOT ask you to write one of those questions.

I had to, but that was 4 years ago now, entirely possible it changed since then.


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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HI

it can be both, it can be one of the 100 questions or words related to them

It is only one sentence, you have to write what the officer tells you

Mine was one of the 100 questions

It was, We have 100 senators to the question how many Senators do we have?

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I just realize that I said that they will not ask you one of the 100 questions but I should've said that they may not ask one of the 100 questions! Sorry about that.

Perhaps I should've said the writing test is not restricted to one of the 100 questions; they can ask you to write one of the questions, one of the answers, or something entirely different. But it's usually just a short sentence if I understand correctly. There's a list of vocabulary words in the study guides, which can also be found online, studying the spelling of the words in the set of 100 questions and those vocabulary words should help the OP.

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They ask you to write the sentence as they speak to you....you're grasp seems quite fine, you have a few small mistakes below but nothing major and nothing unintelligible that would prevent you from passing.

Not to worry.

Hey guys my interview in 4 days I studded the 100 question and I remember them very well, I am little bet worry about the writing portion of test as I am very bad in spilling with so I am wondering is guys can give me the writing sample of the test

like this one I found here
what month is Columbus day
Columbus day is in October

Plz help


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amsb, it will not be easy to fully improve your spelling in just 4 days but what you can do is focus on the words in these study guides: http://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learners/study-test

Pay particular attention to the words you (and most people) have difficulty with. Take your time when writing the sentence and don't rush or use any abbreviations like you would responding to a text message or a tweet.

And once you pass your test and become a US citizen, continue to work on your spelling so that it doesn't hold you back in professional settings.

Allahma3ak.

Hey guys my interview in 4 days I studded the 100 question and I remember them very well, I am little bet worry about the writing portion of test as I am very bad in spilling with so I am wondering is guys can give me the writing sample of the test

like this one I found here
what month is Columbus day
Columbus day is in October

Plz help


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