Can you pass this 100-question U.S. Civics Quiz?

CivicsQuiz.com has a U.S. Civics Quiz of 100 questions.

Most questions are taken right from the U.S. Naturalization Exam.

To take the quiz, click here, then report to us on your score!

I got a score of 95. How did you do?

Of the 5 questions I got wrong, I strenuously object to Question #2. Also, the supposedly correct answers for Questions #65 and #66 contradict each other.

~Eowyn

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Steven Broiles
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100.

William
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William

I contacted the site administrator and demanded a recount and I got a revised score of 101. So if you don’t mind I’ll go to the head of the class 🙂

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

Steven . . . Very glad to see that you posted today. I had not seen anything from you in a while. Hope all is well.

Steven Broiles
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I’ve been around, Auntie Lulu. Thanks for asking!

Lou Minati
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Lou Minati

92. Apparently I’m not clear on which Constitutional Amendments are numbered what.

Jackie Puppet
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I guessed on a few of them, mostly by process of elimination.

William
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William

I got one wrong and accidentally checked martial law for 14. So 98. Several of the “correct” answers were incorrect IMO but what they were looking for

William
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William

I can’t help but wonder how AOC would do on this quiz. Probably low 20’s if that

bob
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bob

I scored a 95. but I accidently put down bush as president instead of trump, and what do the indian tribes have to do with American history.

Lostokie
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Lostokie

I had exactly the same question.

98 by the way.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

I got 93! Oh well.

William
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William

Oh well? You need to lose that flippant attitude and study harder. And stop skipping civics class. 93 is above average but we expect more of you:)

Sharon Granados
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Sharon Granados

I got 99…Missed the one about the amendment on the poll tax

uncle fester
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uncle fester

97

Karen
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Karen

93 for me, one I had correct and marked wrong answer.

PvtCharlieSlate
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PvtCharlieSlate

97
I missed one about Amendment numbers, one about Indian Tribes and one I darn well shouldn’t have (Grrrr!).

Jackie Puppet
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99 – I missed the one about who’s in charge of the Executive Branch.

The site changed a few of my answers – like the 2 longest rivers in America, and made it wrong.

William
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William

They must be using Diebold software

CATHERINE
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CATHERINE

That happened to me, too. I counted my correct answers as correct – but there were two where the answer checked was NOT the one I have marked!

kjf
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kjf

97, but i must say, bibi wasn’t listed as president and Lord Rothschild was not under father of the country. Some serious propaganda needed to answer some questions
and sorry there are only 46 states, 4 commonwealths. Just sayin

Alma
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Alma

I am disappointed with myself, I passed with a score of 84, ?, sorry!

dlm
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dlm

95%…. if this was the test for kids graduate from high school today….it would be a K through 14 system….

Renaissance Nerd
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99, the one I missed was ratified instead of writing at the Constitutional Convention. Silly mistake, I noticed just as I clicked next, but figured it’s a fair cop.

Jeffrey Gronborg
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Jeffrey Gronborg

98 – missed poll tax and Constitutional Convention

Catherine
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I got a 97.

Catherine
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“Of the 5 questions I got wrong, I strenuously object to Question #2. Also, the supposedly correct answers for Questions #65 and #66 contradict each other.” Sorry, I need to disagree with you on these, Dr. Eowyn. #65 & #66 don’t contradict; the Constitutional Convention of 1787 was supposed to propose amendments to the Articles of Confederation, but ended up writing an entirely new Constitution. But we spent over a decade governed under the Articles of Confederation – which had so little central power that it was a “perpetual union” falling apart after only ten years. As for #2, that’s… Read more »