If it weren't for hanging out in the HP political forums I probably would have failed miserably Seriously, except for the INS form (which I have no reason to know about) and that these answers are for Nevada, I did pretty well. And you, Stacie?
I guess I get to stay and keep my right to vote. I found it pretty much the stuff we learned in grammar school and eighth-grade Civics class. Maybe growing up minutes from Boston meant the schools pushed this stuff more than some schools do. One thing I think is worth noting is that those were old fashioned, wooden, no frills (whatsoever - and by "frills" I mean things like a cafeteria, a gym, an auditorium, an outdoor fire escape), city schools with "grouchy, Old Maid" teachers. My sister and I joke about how bad those schools were. Somehow, whatever they tried to teach did stick. Go figure. (By the way, that old wooden school burned to the ground one summer, so they weren't all that great in a lot of ways. )