Whew, I'm in. There a few tough ones in there. Now if only you had to pass this test to graduate from high school.
I though that new test is great ,and easy , and i wish i could passs next year.
should I even say what I got for a score, I'm in but close.
By the skin o my teeth.
Maybe that's why Naturalized Citizens seem to have such a greater appreciation and love for this country than do many U.S. born citizens. They actually know the history of this country.
I'm in with no problem.
I managed to 11/15 - a "pass" - but would be teased mercilessly by a pal from Canada for the ones I missed (and should not have), that he knows backwards and forwards...like the World War I question...
In like Flynn. Missed the number of amendments, the freedom to run for office & the question on federalist paper authors.
Perfect score. Woohoo!
13 out of 15? amendments and federalist papers. That said, I wonder how many high school or college age people would get this many?
And of course these questions pop up as I think about this: Are these the only questions? Are there more? Should this be required for ALL citizens (and what rights does that intrude upon?)?
There are 100 questions from which 10 are pulled. The pool is pretty easy.
11 of 15 (whew!). Love that Craig Ferguson!
I only knew the federalist papers' authors because I had to read a paper about them in my stats class in college. Historians aren't exactly sure who wrote them all, so they have used statistics to try to figure it out.
14/15. The Federalist Papers one tripped me up.
can anybody tell me where i could get the rest of the questions, i will appercaite that.
Yes, Abshir, you can find the questions here (pdf file).
Confused Declaration author with Constitution author, and the federal papers messed me up.
13 out of 15
15 out of 15. I don't even read about this stuff. Gloat.