UK Citizenship Test

UK Citizenship Practice Test 14

This Life in the UK practice test contains 24 sample questions and 45 minutes time limit. Remember that you need to get at least 18 Questions correct or 75% to pass this Life in the UK practice test.

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  1. In 1588, which country sent a large fleet of ships to conquer England and restore Catholicism?
    • India
    • USA
    • Russia
    • Spain
  2. The UK population increased by 10 million between 1901 and 1951.
    • True
    • False
  3. Below which religion celebrate Diwali?
    • Hindu
    • Muslims
    • Christians
    • None of the above
  4. When is Remembrance Day, which commemorates those who died fighting for the UK and it allies in the First World War
    • 11 July
    • 11 October
    • 11 November
    • 11 December
  5. What is the minimum age to sell alcohol?
    • 19
    • 15
    • 18
    • 17
  6. What percentage of Englands population are estimated to attend the church regularly
    • 7-15%
    • 6-8%
    • 8-11%
    • 8-21%
  7. The UK Tennis tournament that is prominently played in South London is
    • Wimbledon
    • Kingston
    • Vauxhall
    • Lords
  8. The members of the House of Lords are also called as
    • Looks
    • Patriots
    • Peers
    • Peoples Representatives
  9. Which stories are associated with Geoffrey Chaucer?
    • The Westbury Tales
    • The Ambridge Tales
    • The London Tales
    • The Canterbury Tales
  10. What is the deposit amount required for candidates standing as a member for The Scottish Parliament or The Welsh or Northern Ireland Assemblies?
    • £1500
    • £500
    • £1000
    • £750
  11. How are local councils funded?
    • Through money raised from local fundraising events
    • Through donations from local people
    • From central government and local taxes
    • From local businesses
  12. Which British scientist was awarded a Nobel Prize for discovering the structure of the DNA molecule?
    • Sir Christopher Cockrell
    • Francis Crick
    • Sir Frank Whittle
    • Alan Turing
  13. When is the Jewish celebration known as Hanukkah normally celebrated?
    • May or June
    • November or December
    • March or April
    • June or July
  14. Which of the following is NOT a British invention of the 20th century?
    • Radioactivity
    • The World Wide Web
    • The Turing machine
    • The radar
  15. Which of the following countries did NOT belong to the Allies during World War I?
    • The UK
    • Bulgaria
    • France
    • Italy
  16. Which court deals with serious offences in Northern Ireland?
    • The Magistrates’ Court
    • The Sheriff Court
    • The High Court
    • The Crown Court
  17. Members in the Welsh Assembly can speak English and Welsh, but all publications of the Assembly must be in English
    • True
    • False
  18. How often do the Laurence Olivier Awards take place?
    • Every three years
    • Every four years
    • Annually
    • Every two years
  19. When did hereditary peers lose the automatic right to attend the House of Lords?
    • 1992
    • 1990
    • 1991
    • 1999
  20. What are pantomimes based on?
    • Fairy stories
    • Drama stories
    • War stories
    • Traditional stories
  21. Where there is UK geographically located?
    • In the north west of Europe
    • In the south west of Europe
    • In the south east of Europe
    • In the north east of Europe
  22. How many times have the Olympic Games been hosted in the UK?
    • 11
    • 10
    • 3
    • 12
  23. When did the First World War finish?
    • At 11 pm on 13th November 1916
    • At 12 am on 13th February 1918
    • At 12 am on 11th November 1916
    • At 11 am on 11th November 1918
  24. Who became King of England when Queen Anne died in 1714?
    • Charles I
    • George I
    • James II
    • George II

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You need to get at least 75% (18 Questions correct) to pass this Life in the UK practice test.