U.S. Civics Test
It's Shmoop's civic duty to help you prepare for the U.S. civics test.
Can you name the President of the United States? Identify your U.S. Representative? Describe what went down at the Constitutional Convention in 1787? ("Probably some great dance parties" doesn't count.) To pass the U.S. naturalization test—or graduate from high school in Arizona—you'll need to demonstrate your knowledge of what it means to be a citizen of the United States. Shmoop is here to help.
What's Inside Shmoop's Online U.S. Civics Test Prep
Shmoop is a labor of love from folks who are really, really into learning. Our test prep resources will help you prepare for the exam with comprehensive, engaging, and frankly hilarious materials that bring the test to life. No, not like that. Put down those torches.
Engaging Topic Review
Learn all about the key concepts, names, and events that appear on the U.S. civics test with our informative and hilarious review. Yes, you could just memorize the answers to the test, but where's the fun in that? After all, if anybody can make American government, American history, and something called "integrated civics" fun, it's Shmoop.
100 Questions, Answers, and Explanations
Whether you're preparing to answer 10 civics questions (we're looking at you, applicants for naturalization) or 100 (sorry, Arizona students), Shmoop can help you prepare for the test. We don't just review all 100 questions on the exam—we also serve them up in full-length exams of 100, bite-sized sets of 10, and groups of 25 that are juuuust right for practice.