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Old 10-09-2010, 07:19 PM   #1
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Could you pass the US Citizenship Test?

OK, this shouldn't be as controversial as the religion quiz...

This was interesting to take, not as hard as I expected, but I still missed 5, for a 91 out of 96. So I get to stay!!

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Old 10-09-2010, 08:13 PM   #2
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Well, that was fun. I missed 5, too. I'm not sure the answer given for question 69 is correct.
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FYI, we discussed this a few months ago when the new test came out

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Actually I had to take this test many years ago. Please note you are given a booklet to study beforehand. You just need to read it.

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This was interesting to take, not as hard as I expected, but I still missed 5, for a 91 out of 96. So I get to stay!!
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Well, that was fun. I missed 5, too. I'm not sure the answer given for question 69 is correct.
Agreed....should be all of them!
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