Re: OT: Could you pass the US citizenship test?
- From: Roarmeister <Ebnezrvfgre2@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 19:48:43 -0600
On Tue, 14 Feb 2006 07:23:37 GMT, The Horny Goat <lcraver@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On Mon, 13 Feb 2006 01:17:32 -0600, Roarmeister
I got 9/10 but then again I'm just a Canuck. I expect all youts 'mericans
to be perfect. :-)
Now if you want some practice into Canadian citizenry try this site for
5-100 rotating questions: http://www.yourlibrary.ca/citizenship/
I got 95/100 which is not bad...
I got 9 / 10 on the first and 96% on the second which is a lot tougher
since several of the questions required reading CAREFULLY which at
11pm is not a sure thing with me...
Tell me about it, I had a bout of insomnia was checking it off at 1:30 in
the morning, which is why I figured that a 95 was not bad. A couple that I
got wrong were pretty obvious once I reread the question.
I had a couple of friends take the test - having lived in Canada for just
over 2 years. Before they moved to Canada from China, all they knew about
Canada was just 2 names - Pierre Elliot Trudeau and Dr. Norman Bethune.
When they took the oath they were given the test quiz to study but only 10
questions to answer before the ceremony/oath. The 10 questions were
probably the 10 easiest as well. A couple months later, one guy brought
his wife back to Canada and they recently had a baby...
I like happen endings...
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