The US Citizenship Test for the Classroom can work well as a start-of-the-year activity or as part of either the Constitution or immigration units in American history. The test that prospective citizens must pass requires candidates to study a list of 100 questions; they then must correctly answer at least 6 of the 10 that are given to them. I took that list of 100 questions and made a 20 question test and included an answer key for you. I use this at the start of the year as an informal pretest, although it could be tweaked a little bit to make an actual pretest and posttest. When we revisit this activity at the end of the year, my students are amazed at how easy it seems after a year of learning the material in my class.