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Where do I find good online information on studying for U.S. citizenship?

Last Updated: Dec 12, 2012  |  13 Views
 
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 The Library provides access to an excellent online collection of study guides called "Learning Express Library" that includes preparation for U.S. citizenship. This source can be accessed through the Library's web page (hmcpl.org), selecting "Online Resources," and then choosing "Learning Express." You will need to ask a library staff member to create an account with Learning Express by entering your full library card number and creating a pin number. Once you've registered at the Library, you will be able to access the resource at home through the Library's web site. After login, select "U.S. Citizenship" and then select "U.S. Citiizenship Preparation" You will then have access to an E-Course including test practice questions and you can save your answers in "My Center" in order to retake and review them. There is also an E-book, "Pass the U.S. Citizenship Exam, 4th edition," that can be viewed online. In addition, there are test practice tests available in Spanish. A great source for anyone preparing for the naturalization process.

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