Life in the UK Test » 44

"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 2017 exams. Remember that you need to get at least 75% to pass this test

  1. There were no laws before 1215 to limit the power of the king of England
  2. The novels by Charles Dickens are:
    (Choose any 2 answers)
  3. The 'Swinging Sixties' was a period of
  4. On becoming a UK citizen or permanent resident
  5. The Battle of ______ is commemorated in the Bayeux Tapestry
  6. You should use ______ to get money back that was owed to you
  7. A law abolished slavery throughout the British Empire in 1833
  8. Some local councils appoint ______, who is the ceremonial leader of the council
  9. Traditional British foods are:
    (Choose any 2 answers)
  10. From 1945 to 1950 the major welfare changes introduced were:
    (Choose any 2 answers)
  11. The British Empire during the Victorian period became the largest empire the world has ever seen
  12. At ______ festival mince pies are traditionally eaten
  13. Several British writers have won the Nobel Prize in Literature, including
    (Choose any 3 answers)
  14. Two British film actors who have recently won Oscars are
    (Choose any 2 answers)
  15. Dunkirk is associated with the events of
    (Choose any 2 answers)
  16. The Queen's ______ is the heir to the throne
  17. People usually spend Christmas Day at home and eat a special meal, which often includes ______
    (Choose any 3 answers)
  18. Which of these were introduced before the First World War in 1914?
    (Choose any 2 answers)
  19. The Anglo-Saxon kingdoms in England were united under
  1. The minimum age for jury service is ______
  2. ______ is one of the Roles of school governors and school boards
  3. The Home Secretary is the government minister responsible for
  4. The capital city of Northern Ireland is ______
  5. The composer George Frederick Handel (1695-1759) was born in ______ and spent many years in the UK and became a British citizen in 1727

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