Can you name every single one of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's kids? Probably a lot of you could.

Now, do you know how many amendments the Constitution has? If you can't, first of all you would definitely struggle through a U.S. Citizenship test. And second, you're not alone in your obliviousness.

The video above produced by the Immigrant Archive Project features ten people in Miami, who were born in the United States, being asked basic questions from the U.S. Naturalization test. Some of the questions included in the impromptu test were:

1. Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
2. Who is the current Vice President of the United Sates?
3. What did Susan B. Anthony do?
4. Who was the president during World War I? 

Now if you could answer these questions with ease, then watching the video will probably make you mad because those folks get most of the questions wrong. But if you couldn't answer them, then the video will make you feel better, because out of the 15 people randomly stopped on the street, only one person passed.

For comparison purposes, more than 95 percent of foreign test takers passed in 2012.

Read this list of 100 potential questions from the test and ask yourself: would you pass?

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