May We Recommend - US Citizenship Exam Prep

The US Citizenship Exam is a test that immigrants must pass in order to become naturalized citizens of the United States. The exam is administered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

The pass/fail rate for the citizenship exam varies based on a number of factors, such as the immigrant's country of origin, their level of education, and their proficiency in English. However, according to a 2017 report from the Pew Research Center, the pass rate for adults under the age of 45 is around 80%. For Americans, the pass rate is 19% for adults under 45.

To prepare for the citizenship exam, immigrants can access a variety of resources and study materials provided by the USCIS. These resources include study guides, practice tests, and instructional videos. Some immigrants may also choose to enroll in citizenship classes or work with a tutor to improve their understanding of the material. We have built a comprehensive exam prep which is used in our classroom instructions beginning in 5th grade. Ethos Logos US Civics has created a graphic set of lesson cards that ask, answer and provide context for each of the 128 questions.

The themes of the questions on the citizenship exam cover a range of topics related to United States history, government, and culture. Some of the key themes include:

  1. American history: This includes questions about the founding of the United States, the Civil War, and the Civil Rights Movement.
  2. US government: This includes questions about the structure of government, the roles of different branches and officials, and the rights and responsibilities of citizens.
  3. American values: This includes questions about freedom of speech, religion, and assembly, as well as the importance of civic engagement and community service.
  4. English proficiency: Applicants are also required to demonstrate a basic level of proficiency in English by passing a reading and writing test.