Citizenship Test Preparation Class
This class is for immigrants scheduled to take the US Citizenship test. It focuses on the test by teaching:
- Basic US History and,
- The importance of the US Constitution in our government system.
- The structure of the US government and the 3 equal branches of our Federal system.
Students will be exposed to the 100 questions most often asked during the citizenship test. At the end, students will take a "practice" test, to make them ready for the actual exam.
The class is taught by an American with over 30 years experience working with the U.S. government. The instructor is a graduate of University of Maryland in Government & Politics, and has advanced graduate studies in International Relations from Georgetown University in Washington DC.
This Citizenship Test Preparation class is taught entirely in English. Students must be able to speak, converse and understand English at a TOEFL Level III equivalent. Classes are scheduled on an as required basis, and consist of four sessions of 2 hours each. Contact ADES Center at least 8 weeks prior to your Citizenship Test.