There are two separate terms – “citizenship” refers to birthright or derivative, and the other term is “naturalization”. Birthright citizenship refers to automatically becoming a citizen from birth. Whereas, derivative citizenship is based on citizenship derived from one parent. While naturalization is becoming a citizen after meeting certain criteria and filing an application.
After you attend the fingerprinting appointment, you will get a letter with the specific date a and time for your interview. But you should use the time the fingerprinting to prepare for the interview and test. At the interview the officer will review your personal information on the application. After that you will be tested on how you can read and write English and also the US history and civics. You can find study materials for the test here.