If you are planning on becoming a US citizen, then you will be required to pass a Naturalization Test. The naturalization test is taken in 2 parts: English and Civics.
If you applied for Naturalization on or after December 1, 2020, and before March 1, 2021, and you are scheduled to take the test before April 19, 2021, then you have the option to take the 2008 or 2020 version of the civics test.
Anyone else will be required to take the 2008 version of the Civics test.
What is the 2020 Civics Test Version?
Under the Trump administration, there were some changes made to the Civics test. Earlier, the naturalization test had only 10 questions out of a list of 100 questions. The 2020 version was conducted as an oral test and required the officials to ask 20 questions out of a total of 128 civics test questions.
To pass the 2020 test version, you were required to answer at least 12 questions correctly.
It is advised that you practice and prepare before taking the naturalization test and have your immigration lawyer prepare you for answers.