Immigrants who want to become U.S. citizens need to pass a civics test asking detailed questions about our government and history. 39 out of 40 immigrants get at least six questions right on the 10-question test, which is a passing score.
People born in America become citizens without taking a test . . . which is good because according to PR Newswire one in three natural-born Americans FAILED the test in a survey by Xavier University.