28 June 2006

Love it or Leave it (or: America: Dumb and Dumber Part II)

This is a pretty good social studies quiz.

I'm pretty shocked at how badly J-walk did.

9 comments:

russ said...

I got a 90%, missing two, and one was actually pretty easy I just misread because I'd been interrupted.

mani said...

95% I missed the one about how you apply for citizenship. Which amendment was not a voting rights amendment was a lucky guess.

dewey said...

Yes, I think we natives should get a free pass on #19.

19. What INS form is used to apply to become a naturalized citizen?

I also missed the one about what amendment doesn't cover voting rights, and I admit my answer to the original 13 states was a lucky guess.

russ said...

I had narrowed the original 13 to NH or KY - I was about 65% sure my guess was right. As for voting rights, I was pretty sure it wasn't covered in the BoR, so that was another educated guess.

I wish there was one of these for other countries I could take. Basically testing my NPR knowledge, and how to spell Knessid.

truist said...

90%, same two questions caused trouble :)

schmonz said...

95%. Pesky amendment numbers.

tormp said...

so what is the philosophy behind the naturalization form question? is it spite or kindness?

is there a difference?

dewey said...

so what is the philosophy behind the naturalization form question?

I reckon it is one way they can make sure that the person who filled out the form is the same as the one taking the test.

ChiliCon said...

90%
GMLorGMD. Shrug.