Life In The UK Facts
- The test has 24 multiple choice questions
- Questions are chosen at random by a computer from a bank of question
- You have 45 minutes to complete the test
- The pass mark is 75% (18 out of 24 questions correct)
- There are approximately 60 official Life in the UK Test centres in the UK
- The pass rate is currently around 80%
- Find more information here
How To Prepare
- Read the official study material
- Practice as many questions as you can
- Take your time answering the questions
- Some questions need more than one answer
- Each and every candidate has a unique test
- You do not need to answer every question correctly
- You need questions correctly answered to pass
- Get a good sleep before the test
- Check where the test centre is before you go there
Book Your Test
- You need to register for the Life in the UK test account before you can book the test.
- The test costs £50 to sit.
- There is a minimum one week wait from the date you book the test to the time you can sit it.
- You will need the following information to book the test:
- Date of birth
- Country of birth
- In date ID
After Your Test
- After passing your Life In The UK Test, you can finish completing your application for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR).
- You will need to fill out the forms which can be found here.
- You will need to fill out either of the SET(M) or SET(O) form.
- The SET(M) form is if you are applying as a spouse, civil partner, same sex or unmarried partner of another person settled in the UK.
- The SET(O) for all other applicants.
- There are guidance notes for each form which should be read carefully.