(CNN) -- Iowa lawmakers have proposed a bill that will require students to pass a citizenship exam to graduate high school. The test is the same one immigrants have to pass to become US citizens.
"It's common sense that kids today should have an understanding of basic US civics," Republican state Rep. Walt Rogers told the Des Moines Register. (CNN has reached out to Rogers for comment but has yet to hear back.)
The Iowa test will ask questions from a set of 100. You'll have to answer 10 questions. The House Study Bill 573 says that in order to successfully pass the test, students will need to achieve a score of at least 60%.