College Students vs US Citizenship Test

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WARNING: Some of the questions sound oddly worded, but the answers regardless are true and were found on a practice citizenship test. (also there are many many many typos)Can YOU answer more of these types of Questions?

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Alaska Fish & Game
Looool look at all this guys with their useless degrees. Never major in communication, theology, English, or psychology.
Alius Cogitabam
How did no one say farmers almanac for Ben Franklin?
Alva Goldbook
I knew all these off the top of my head. Except the math question, which why was that on this test? Oh, and by the way, Ben Franklin didn't invent electricity. He discovered that lightning is made of electricity.
Andrew Barrett
Angel Mcfadden
Jesus,everyone knows that electricity was invented by Lightning McQueen!
The math question at the end made me laugh.\nYou gotta know your multiplication tables LOL:\n11*11= 121 , 12*12= 144, 13*13=169, etc...\nThey are very easy to remember. I mean look at these beautiful numbers.
Arpita Kodagu
This quiz itself is idiotic - in what world did Benjamin Franklin \
First of all you write U.S. and not U.S
Ben F
Okay I know the point of the video is to make fun of the people who are being asked the questions but real quick I gotta turn it around on the askers. “Besides inventing electricity, what is Benjamin Franklin famous for?”\n\nBen Franklin did not *invent* electricity; God did that. Or nature. Or whatever higher power you believe in
Black Vitriol
Wow, they found a group of College kids who did rather well. Hat's off to you guys.
Benjamin Franklin did not \
Boban Pantović
they all answered with a question!
Brian Glass
I really think Americans should take and pass this test before voting in ANY in point.....Maxine Waters
Brian Hardy
I can't believe how much I learned from this video, including that people from Arkansas are surprisingly smart!
Cage SC
Originally, the three rights were Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Property. The word Property, after much debate, was finally changed to Happiness. (Thank you 10th grade American History class!)
Chris Congleton
I feel so stupid right now! I need dust off some history books! Thanks for the video!
Chris Dilger
Im so glad I know how to find the missing angle of a triangle but not a thing about politics -_-
Christopher Miller
Benjamin Franklin did NOT invent electricity!!!! Electricity had been -discovered- to be generated using rotating metal coils and magnets decades earlier. Even the ancient Greeks could generate static electricity using leather straps and chunks of Amber. Ben Franklin IS credited for the discovery that naturally occurring electricity (as in a lightning storm) was indeed the same phenomenon being generated in experiments with coils and magnets. This why he became famous for flying a kite in a storm with a metal key intersecting the tether line and producing an electrical shock when it was touched. Thus demonstrating the phenomenon were one and the same. If you’re going to poke fun at others’ ignorance you should first check your own.
28... i was adding. IM DONE xD
Now ask them how many genders there are. They'll get that wrong too.
The Declaration didn't give us any rights, so the question is phrased wrong. It declared these rights:\n\
Man.. you don't learn any of this stuff in social justice class or lesbian dance theory. I'm in the wrong college!
Daniel Brown
God help us. We need more immigrants.
Daniel Spaeth, Jr.
They must be really good at English.
Dapper Kitten
Who was the president in world war 1? Abe lincon lol
Comment Section: Ermehgawd You can't \
David Rixon
I asked an 8 year old what 13 x13 was and they knew instantly. They do their times tables up to 24 at her school.
And THIS is why we have the current Administration.
Eric Emerson
Actually, none of the rights were \
Fat Cunt
“Freedom of......something” - literally America in a sentence
When you get old enough you realize that college kids are almost exactly like high school kids. Self-entitled, spoiled, idiots, who mostly have no experience in the real world.
Gordon Aitchison
The easy way--13x13 = 12x12=144+12+13=169. Everyone should know their 12 times table.
Janie Henderson
John Wayne Gacy
Seriously! The Declaration of Independence does not and did not Grant rights. Rather, it declares to be self-evident rights that existed and we're known to exist since the Magna Carta. Among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The idea that the Declaration of Independence grants rights would be repugnant to Jefferson, Adams, and Franklin.
Joshua T.
My favorite part of the US citizenship test is “What is 13x13?”
DAAMMMNN! We are the most ignorant country in the world!
Where are all the Accounting, Finance, Computer Sci, IT and STEM majors? This ain't a good representation of college peps man. hehe
I' am Canadian and I answered 90% of these correctly, says a lot.
I'm A British citizen and I got most of these questions right, and I've never been to America
Maximus The Champion
Then liberal arts majors wonder why nobody takes them seriously.
Michael Caplin
Wow, the ''Hey friend''-guy seems like an awesome person! I like him a lot.
Mr. Magnificent
What are the first 3 words of the US constitution?\n\n\n\n*The workers revolution*
Nate Wallace
Nathaniel Sullivan
2:14: the orginal was life, liberty, and property. It got changed to happiness.
Multiplication, hahahaha. I was an echange student in the US: back in 99 and I gave a presentation in front of the class where I did some basic calculus, and much of the class was amazed that I could do these (simple) calculations without a calculator... I was stunned. People don't see the necesity of this skill, of what's up? I mean, I use it very often. Maybe not every day, but very close. I do quick approximating calculations on basically anything I do.
Nicholas Lawlor
Good news America, one of these could be your President in 30 years.😊
Nicholas Pogson
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Nick Tokar
What is 13x13?\nA calculator's job.
No Spam
No one invented electricity, they merely discovered it.
Oliver Foggin
What does the presidential cabinet do?\n\nIt holds the presidential drinks.\n\n😂
Pablo David Clavijo
So Benjamin Franklin invented electricity. So he is some sort of God? What were lightnings made of before he was born?
Boiii I'm a Russian living in Canada and I knew more than these people...
Pedro smith
Why are they hesitating on guessing the Atlantic Ocean?
They're Imposters!!! Deport them All!!! 😂 Just Joking, God Bless 'Murica!!! 😇
Rakesh Kharta
She added 13 +13 and answered 28. Amazing .
Rick White
back to school
Robert Morton
What does it take to get into College in the States? Breathing?
Rubim Ellmelech
Where is the question: \
There was no electricity before Ben Franklin invented it. That rascal! He also invented the lightening!
Well... I didn't get all of them, but I got a few... and I'm Canadian!
Samuel Coughlin
Damn first of all you can't invent electricity, only discover it. Also, Nikola Tesla should be credited with it, but like most aspects of this video, I bet you didn't research it...
What these dishonest leftists don't mention, is that that list is just a question bank of potential questions with the exact answers that they give you months before the interview, where they ask 3 questions that you need to get right. It's ridiculously easy and available in different languages so it doesn't even evaluate your ability to speak English.
Can Yanks get any thicker? I got half of those questions right, and I never actually studied Yank history.
Dicks in Land - what a name xD
Tomas Roque
Tubmaster 5000
Wasn't the \
Vorpal Zvevda
Q: what does the presidential cabinet do?\nGirl: they...hold his clothes.\n..................bruh
Yurek Hunt
Now ask them some things about the rest of the world and see how they go...
Zachariah Candelaria
2:14 It was originally \
Funny thing is most Americans think Germany was \
So Bejamin Franklin INVENTED electricity huh? There was no electricity until he came along, hmm?
I lost some IQ watching 3/4ths of this video and had to stop.
This is painful.
diane mohamed
13×13= well 13×10=100\nand 13×3 =39\nSo 139\nAnd thats how they are calculating
fatima diallo
They did better than I expected
Invented electricity?
2:04 The Declaration doesn't give us rights, it acknowledges rights that are self-evident and Creator-given.
I took the complete citizenship test a year or so ago and scored 98%. But then I'm an old fart who, according to my kids, invented history (makes me a Franklin, yeh?) and has read and studied history for the better part of 50 years.
Jesus Christ this is so Cringey
besides inventing electricity? no one invented electricity, it was discovered
mack cummy
Why study for a test when you can just walk in ask cry and whine to be given citizenship?
mahyar keshmiri
I want to choke the fat guy in the jam nation t-shirt to death.
What does the cabinet do? Girl in purple: They.. dress him? No.. they get him lunch! T_T ^.^ I'm dying rn. 6:05
These students seem to be more knowledgeable than most people who show up in these kinds of videos. Is this a Christian college?
Oh good. You noticed that one. No-one 'invented' electricity. You can 'discover' it but I doubt that Franklin had any idea that electrons (or the absence of them) was reponsible. Around 600 BC, Thales of Miletus, a Greek from ancient times studied electricity and much later it was found that electricity could be stored in so-called Leyden Jars co-discovered indepently in 1745 by a German and a Dutchman.
patrick robock
lol it opens and closes
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As a kid in high school, I easily got all of these answers correct (including the bonus).
That fat dude is dumber than a rock. Maybe he should put down the burger and pick up a history book.
rvpstudios studios
So I got half it right..does that count?
It was the Secretary of State, according to Alexander Haig.
Benjamin Franklin was the first fitness guru.
wannabe to wasabe
I would imagine that the most intelligent people are not included in the edited version of what you have presented here. That is because watching people answering these questions with the self confidence of knowing the correct answer would not make for entertaining viewing. This is similar to \
5:21 Donald Tru- i mean... the secretary of state.\n\nYou just said it man.