Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by luke0927, Sep 30, 2007.
the new test as of Oct 1, 2008......
Under number 51, "the right to bear arms" is considered an acceptable answer to naming rights of everyone living in the United States.
I think our own government needs to learn a few of these....
I would have gotten all of those correct, but then again, I teach American Government as an adjunct instructor on the collegiate level.
I missed one question on the old test when I took it as I didn't know what the INS form number was the citizenship application form.
It was a qualified answer on the old test. The answer specified that the right could be regulated.
They must be anticipating Heller and subsequent cases.
They must be anticipating Heller and subsequent cases.[/quote:2wlxrzcp]
That test pre-dated the current version. I should have a copy of it somewhere.
These have gotten alot easier over the years. I remember it being harder when I got here.
What's sad is that you don't have to know the full names of the President or Vice President. "Bush" and "Cheney" are acceptable answers.