The US Naturalization test is made up of two parts: and English Exam and a Civics Exam. Not everyone applying for naturalization may have to take the English and Civics Exam. There are exceptions to the English portion of the exam. These include if you are :
over age 50 and have been a green card holder for 20 years
over age 55 and have been a green card holder for 15 years.
You may not be required to take either exam is you are physically or developmentally disabled. A form documenting these disabilities must be filed by your treating doctor.
General information regarding the exam can be found here: http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.eb1d4c2a3e5b9ac89243c6a7543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=dd7ffe9dd4aa3210VgnVCM100000b92ca60aRCRD&vgnextchannel=dd7ffe9dd4aa3210VgnVCM100000b92ca60aRCRD
Practice Tests for the English Portion of the Naturalization Test
The Office of Citizenship recently introduced three new practice tests to help permanent residents prepare for the naturalization interview. The first activity helps you with some general commands you may hear from an Immigration Services Officer during the naturalization interview. You can download self-study flash cards and review a practice exercise before taking the practice test called “Understanding Commands for the Naturalization Interview.” There are two other activities that focus on vocabulary words that you may hear in your interview or read on the Application for Naturalization, Form N-400. You can find all three activities on the Study Materials for the English Test section of the Citizenship Resource Center.
For Educators: Classroom Materials for Teachers Accompany Practice Tests for Naturalization Preparation
To help students learn and practice commands that an applicant may hear during the naturalization interview, the Office of Citizenship has developed 8 ½” x 11″ visuals and flash cards for teachers to accompany the practice test called “Understanding Commands for the Naturalization Interview.” These materials include suggestions for using the visuals and flash cards for games and small-group activities in the classroom. A downloadable practice exercise is also available for students to read, listen, and review the sentences before taking the interactive practice test. The other two practice tests for students focus on vocabulary words that applicants may hear in their interview or read on the Application for Naturalization, Form N-400. These materials can be found on the Educational Products section of the Citizenship Resource Center.
Here is the link for the materials: http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.749cabd81f5ffc8fba713d10526e0aa0/?vgnextoid=4b4f238b6210b210VgnVCM10000008
Naturalization Oath Ceremony Address:
US District Court of Southern Texas
1865 Aldine Bender Road
Houston, Texas 77032