Life in the UK Test » 33

"The Life in the United Kingdom Test" is a test for individuals seeking Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK or naturalisation as a British citizen. The test lasts for 45 minutes, the entrants have to answer 24 questions. the test is based on chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 of a handbook third edition 2013 "Life in the UK Handbook 3rd Edition: A Guide for New Residents" and it is still valid for 2014 exams. Remember that you need to get at least 75% to pass this test

  1. Reading the Queen speech and opening and closing of Parliament are some ceremonial duties performed by
  2. The types of case which are held in County Courts includes:
    (Choose any 2 answers)
  3. Which landmark is a prehistoric structure which still stands in the English county of Wiltshire?
  4. A lot of people have gardens at home and will spend their free time looking after them
  5. The UK is governed by the parliament sitting in
  6. What happened to hereditary peers in the House of Lords in 1999?
  7. Since 1958, the Prime Minister has had the power to appoint ______ just for their own lifetime
  8. Emmeline Pankhurst is famous for her leadership of the campaign to give women the voting rights in parliamentary elections in the United Kingdom
  9. The second largest party in the House of Commons is usually known by ______
  10. The person who chairs the debates in the House of Commons is given the title of ______
  11. Which country is a part of the Commonwealth?
  12. The Romans stayed in this country for approximately ______
  13. ______ were built during the Industrial Revolution to link the factories to towns and cities and to the ports, particularly in the new industrial areas in the middle and north of England
  14. How much do a solicitor charge?
  15. Scotland has ______ flower associated with it and sometimes worn on national saints' day
  16. Which of the following statements is correct?
  17. What values are upheld by the Commonwealth association of countries?
    (Choose any 2 answers)
  18. What's the name of the admiral who died in a sea battle in 1805 and has a monument in Trafalgar Square, London?
  19. Newspapers were allowed to operate without a government licence from ______
  1. Everyone has the legal right to choose their religion in the UK, or to choose not to practice a religion
  2. During the 18th century, new ideas about politics, philosophy and science were developed, called 'the Enlightenment'
  3. Which of the following statements is correct?
  4. When is Mothering Sunday?
  5. Major outdoor music festivals in the UK are:
    (Choose any 2 answers)

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