UK Citizenship Test

UK Citizenship Practice Test 4

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. What festival is celebrated on 31 October?
    • Halloween
    • Hogmanay
    • Bonfire Night
    • Valentine’s Day
  2. What is the amount that can be claimed in the small claims hearing in Scotland and Northern Ireland?
    • Less than 4000
    • Less than 6000
    • Less than 3000
    • Less than 8000
  3. St Andrews is the patron saint of which country?
    • Wales
    • Scotland
    • Ireland
    • None of the above
  4. In the UK, Prime Minister can be sacked by the King or the Queen any time
    • True
    • False
  5. To show gratitude for their work in the whole year, on Boxing Day you can give thank you money to the ______
    • Post men
    • Gardeners
    • Bin collectors
    • All of the above
  6. What percentage of population in UK claim to have a religion
    • 0.75
    • 0.55
    • 1.75
    • 2.75
  7. In 1918, the First World War came to an end on the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month
    • True
    • False
  8. Jewish people came for the second time from _______
    • Poland
    • Germany
    • India
    • Russia
  9. In accordance with the new law of 1957, who is the person chosen for lifetime to the House of Lords peers?
    • The Prime Minister
    • The Home Secretary
    • The Queen
    • The Opposition Leader
  10. There is a dragon on the official flag of Wales. TRUE or FALSE?
    • True
    • False
  11. In UK, the number of people aged ______ and above are maintained in records
    • 80
    • 90
    • 95
    • 85
  12. Which of the following statements is correct?
    • Both Jane Austen and Charles Dickens are famous novelists.
    • Both Jane Austen and Charles Dickens are famous painters.
  13. To which countries did the British textile and engineering firms send agents to find workers after the Second World War?
    • India and Pakistan
    • Australia and New Zealand
    • Poland and Switzerland
    • Ireland and Belarus
  14. Who is the ceremonial head of the Commonwealth?
    • The President of the United Nations
    • The Prime Minister of the UK
    • The Pope
    • The British Queen
  15. Which of the following is a fundamental principle of life in the UK?
    • Eat Sunday roast
    • Buy goods locally
    • Individual liberty
    • Go to church
  16. What is the most well-known gallery in Wales?
    • Tate Britain
    • Tate Modern
    • The National Museum
    • The National Gallery
  17. Which is an aim of the United Nations?
    • To create a single free trade market
    • To prevent war and promote international peace and security
    • To examine decisions made by the European Union
    • To promote dictatorship
  18. Which of the following is not a member of the European Union?
    • Norway
    • Finland
    • Sweden
    • Denmark
  19. How many members comprise the UN Security Council?
    • 15
    • 20
    • 30
    • 35
  20. When did the first farmers arrive in Britain?
    • 6,000 years ago
    • 9,000 years ago
    • 10,000 years ago
    • 12,000 years ago
  21. When did Sir Alfred Hitchcock die?
    • 1980
    • 1960
    • 1940
    • 1930
  22. Who was the mother of Elizabeth I?
    • Jane Seymour
    • Catherine of Aragon
    • Anne of Cleves
    • Anne Boleyn
  23. Does Britain have a written constitution?
    • Yest
    • No
  24. When did the ‘Habeas Corpus Act’ become law?
    • In 1629
    • In 1649
    • In 1679
    • In 1669

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