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Question 1 of 24
Who succeeded Margaret Thatcher as Prime Minister?
Question 2 of 24
Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? People over 75 can apply for a free TV licence, and blind people can get a 50% discount.
Question 3 of 24
The Union Flag combines the three crosses associated with England, Scotland and Ireland. These are the cross of St George (England), a red cross on a white background, the cross of St Andrew (Scotland), a diagonal white cross on a blue background and the cross of St Patrick (Ireland), a diagonal red cross on a white background.
Question 4 of 24
Who introduced a system called feudalism to Britain?
Question 5 of 24
School governors or members of the school board must be at least how old?
Question 6 of 24
By the middle of the 15th century, what had happened to the last of the Welsh rebellions?
Question 7 of 24
In Scotland the national Church is the Church of Scotland. What kind of Church is it?
Question 8 of 24
Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE? The official name of the country is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. ‘Great Britain’ refers only to England, Scotland and Wales, not to Northern Ireland.
Question 9 of 24
Which of the following is a British invention or innovation?
Question 10 of 24
The UK is a permanent member of the UN Security Council. How many permanent members does the Security Council have?
Question 11 of 24
Where can you find contact details for your elected representatives?
Question 12 of 24
What significant problem arose from trading and settlements overseas in the 19th century?
Question 13 of 24
There is no place in British society for which TWO of the following?
Question 14 of 24
Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE? Judiciary means a country’s entire legal system, including its courts and laws.
Question 15 of 24
Which TWO of these literary pieces are the work of Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas, who lived from 1914 until his death in New York in 1953?
Question 16 of 24
Official reports of parliamentary proceedings are published in which of the following?
Question 17 of 24
Which Scottish writer, born in 1859, was also a doctor?
Question 18 of 24
Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE? A living person may never donate an organ.
Question 19 of 24
Religious buildings in the UK include Islamic mosques, Hindu temples, Sikh gurdwaras, Buddhist temples and which of the following?
Question 20 of 24
Which of the following statements is correct?
Question 21 of 24
Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? The 100 days before Easter are known as Lent. It is a time when Christians take time to reflect and prepare for Easter. Traditionally, people would fast during this period.
Question 22 of 24
Which of the following is a famous poem?
Question 23 of 24
When did King Edward I of England introduced the Statute of Rhuddlan by which Wales annexed to the Crown of England?
Question 24 of 24
Which of the following jobs is usually unpaid in England, Wales and Scotland?
The Life in the UK test is a computer-based test constituting one of the requirements for anyone seeking Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK or naturalisation as a British citizen. The test has 24 questions and lasts 45 minutes. You will need to get at least 75% to pass this test. The test is based on chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 of “Life in the UK Handbook 3rd Edition: A Guide for New Residents”. This is valid for the 2017 test.
The purpose of this site is to prepare you for the official Life In The UK test for British Citizenship in 2017. It has been reported that the questions here are typically harder than the real exams. We want you to pass the very first time you try. We will constantly update our questions to be the best. The British Citizenship Test has not changed and is valid for the Life in the UK Test 2016 and 2017.