18 Nov Cell-Ed’s Civics courses help immigrants pass their U.S. Naturalization Exam. Could you pass it? Test yourself.
Cell-Ed courses are specifically designed to provide adult learners with essential work and life skills. From Digital Skills, WorkReady, Health Literacy, and Civics, we have created science-backed programs that take into account how adults learn best.
For those who are new to the United States, our Civics courses are particularly beneficial as they teach learners how to apply for and pass the U.S. Naturalization Test. Helping learners pass this exam – and gain citizenship – is a lofty goal, as the exam is known to be difficult, even for U.S. nationals who consider themselves well informed!
Find out how you would do on the U.S. Naturalization Test – take our quick and fun sample quiz now to test yourself.
The real U.S. Naturalization Test is separated into two sections: a civics test and an English test. Cell-Ed’s Civics curriculum reviews the entire U.S. Naturalization test, comprising 100 questions, as well as the English test. Cell-Ed’s audio and texting-based course is written in a conversational, friendly tone. Questions are explained with background information for deeper understanding. The course is supportive and encouraging, and learners always have access to a coach who can help with more in-depth questions.
Immigrants and refugees can further benefit from Cell-Ed’s other programs such as English Literacy and Life Skills. It can be difficult to imagine how much newcomers need to know just to live day-to-day — everything from how to use public transportation, to how the financial system works, to how to get kids into schools is completely new and different for a recent immigrant. Cell-Ed courses teach these essential skills and are designed to meet learners where they are, continually asking learners for feedback in real-time.
If you’d like to learn more about how we support immigrants, refugees and other low resourced populations, please contact us to set up a call.