Post # 32
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
52 – citizenship with distinction! Woot! That was hard though.
I’m not involved in politics professionally, but my dad was a politician and it’s always interested me. I actually knew the SC Justices cause I vehemently hate some of them (hello Alito, Scalia, etc) and really like some of them.
Post # 34
I… I got a 14. I’ll just leave now.
The sad thing is that I’m actually quite good at world history. America’s history… Not so much.
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I got 38 and that was even saying I voted 0 times (cos I’m not a US citizen and all) Woo!
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Post # 39
Oh man, these are too easy. Or it is just cause I live here?
Post # 40
I got 24 🙁 I thought I would do better…
Post # 41
I scored 35… I’m quite proud of myself. I know nothing about the U.S. Supreme Court, but apparently I’m good at guessing people’s names. All my spare time on Nameberry is paying off.
Post # 42
By my own admission, I know NOTHING about US politics and history. As in, genuinely and absolutely, next to nothing. I genuinely thought I’d score about 10.
I got 42.
It can’t be that hard if I got 42, right? Or maybe I just got lucky?
Want to try the British version?
I did rather better on this one:
“You scored 10 out of a possible 10
Full marks. That is terrifically British (just so long as you don’t boast about it to anyone)”
So I guess I get minus points for sharing it here, right?
Post # 43
I got a 32, I get to become a Citizen!!! That was quite embarassig. Definitely need to study up on the supreme court justices and a few other things apparently 🙂
Post # 44
I got a web page error – maybe it doesn’t like Aussies doing it! But I googled the ones I guessed and I think I got 10/10. It helped that some of them had the same answer in Australia.
I did the first sample test and I think non-Aussies would struggle with the first 3 questions. Though with only 3 choices their chances are pretty good!
Post # 45
I got a 42. The Supreme Court questions killed me! Most of the answers were lucky guesses though.
Post # 46
I just did the Australian test and got 18/20. The two I got wrong were the aboriginal flag (question 2) and the one about state cnstitutions (question 17).
Still doing much better on that one than on the American version, though!