Hi, I really need to pass the US Constitution test this Monday. I failed to pass the one offered at Chapman University by 2 questions last week! That test involved a 50 multiple choice questions and the main book was The Constitution of the United States by Floyd G. Cullop. That test cost $20.00. This coming Monday I will be taking the US Constitution test at the UCLA Education Extension Center. The study book this time is called Twenty-Five Lessons in Citizenship by D.L. Hennessey; however, it's 75 true or false questions! This test costs $80.00. I am getting nervous... :unsure: Has anyone taken this test? Was it hard? Do I need to memorize the exact order of when the states came into Union, or the term of office years of all our past presidents? Is reading this recommended book by itself enough to pass the test?