Lawmakers are considering a bill that would require high school students to pass a civics test in order to graduate. House Bill 1776 would replace a U.S. history course that students take at the end of a semester with a test that immigrants take to get their U.S. citizenship. But, unlike the real civics test, the test for students would be multiple choice. On Wednesday, the

Texas House tentatively approved the bill. Supporters say that the bill’s goal is to ensure that students are proficient in U.S. history. KENS 5 quizzed a handful of adults to see how they fared. We pulled 10 questions from a U.S. Customs and Immigration Services practice exam. Among the questions: Who would serve as president if the current president and vice president could longer serve? READ MORE