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Hi all,

My interview is on 31st October Denver. 

My curiosity has me asking...on the civics questions  lets say your unsure on a question and don't give an answer are you allowed to go back to it at the end if you haven't reached the 6 correct answers and give an answer after thinking about it. ????

Hope to hear from anyone with insight.

Regards 

Phil

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5 hours ago, ERFandPRW said:

Hi all,

My interview is on 31st October Denver. 

My curiosity has me asking...on the civics questions  lets say your unsure on a question and don't give an answer are you allowed to go back to it at the end if you haven't reached the 6 correct answers and give an answer after thinking about it. ????

Hope to hear from anyone with insight.

Regards 

Phil

No.. if you don’t give an answer that’s mean wrong  answer ! So you should study all the questions .. better safe than sorry!!

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1 hour ago, jamrep said:

Go on youtube,there are some wonderful study videos that are easier to remember.

Could you give the links, please?


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50 minutes ago, Tella&T said:

Could you give the links, please?

Go on youtube and type in citizenship test and they will pop up.The one I use is title 100 civic questions with one answer.

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Here's the site I used. Once you put in your zip code, it will also give you the questions about who your representative is, your senators, and your governor. 

 

https://civicsquestions.com

 


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I was lucky during my interview, cause I was only asked the easiest of all the questions. Questions like, who is the current president, who makes federal laws, the last day to send in your taxes, etc. The hard questions that I was uneasy about, those never came up.


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