High School Civics Test

There are 100 civics questions that cover various topics in U.S. history, constitution and government. For high school graduation the test comprises all 100 questions.

Which States Require the Civics Test for High School Graduation?

Many states are finding legislature being proposed to require students to pass a civics test (usually identical to the USCIS Naturalization Exam) before graduating from a public high school in their state. Today, there are 15 states that require the test in order to graduate.

Arizona

Idaho

North Dakota

Florida

New Hampshire

South Dakota

Tennessee

Utah

Kansas

Missouri

Louisiana

Wisconsin

South Carolina

Virginia

Minnesota

Tests by Topic

American Government

57 questions about principles of American democracy, system of government, and rights and responsibilities.

American History

30 questions covering topics from the colonial period to the past few decades.

Integrated Civics

13 questions about geography, holidays, and national symbols.

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Most Difficult Questions

Practice questions that you have previously answered incorrectly and that most users get wrong.

100 Citizenship Test Questions

Practice all 100 Naturalization Test questions and answers the USCIS Officer can choose from.

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