How many amendments are there to the US Constitution?
Can you name your representative in congress?
These are questions you may have to answer during your naturalization (citizenship) interview. If you plan to apply for US citizenship and these answers do not come to you, let us help you prepare for the US naturalization interview with our audio course - preparing for the United States citizenship test.
Professionally narrated lectures use a conversational tone to simulate the interview process.
All the key information is broken down and organized into manageable chapters. Topics include:
History and civics lectures are based on the list of actual questions used for the citizenship test.
Reading and writing sentences are based on lists of vocabulary required by the USCIS.
We have incorporated much of the civics information into the English test sentences: Reinforce the civics material while you strengthen your basic English skills!
Quizzes appear at the end of each section, so you can make sure that you have learned the required facts before continuing with the lectures.
A companion study guide contains summaries of key civics information, English practice sentences, and a 100-question final exam allowing you to measure your readiness for the test.
Do not risk having your application for citizenship denied or continued simply because you could not pass this vital test!
Make this audio course an integral part of your preparation, and arrive at your naturalization interview confident and prepared.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.