Here’s your chance to have fun testing your knowledge of American civics, with 100 questions that US Citizenship and Immigration Services may ask anyone seeking to become a naturalized US citizen. At least six correct answers out of ten randomly chosen questions are required to pass the test. Could you make the grade? What are two rights in the Declaration of Independence? Who was the President during World War I? Name three of the original 13 states. More than just facts and figures, questions cover principles of democracy, rights and responsibilities, historical events from colonial days to the present, and national symbols, geography, and holidays. Some questions may have more than one answer; possible answers are provided on the backs of the cards.