Wednesday, 9 January 2008

Could you pass the UK test?

People who wish to obtain British citizenship have to pass a "Life in the UK" test. Could you pass? Here's a site that offers free practice tests.

There is additional background information on the official Home Office "Life in the UK" test site.

Oops, I only scored 76% - maybe I should have done some revising first.

Just checked, and the notes say "You must answer 18 out of 24 questions correctly (75%) in order to pass the test". Huzzah, I'm still British. Just.

Other practice sites are available, as well as the official revision book: "Life in the United Kingdom: A Journey to Citizenship" (current versions available from TSO, and elsewhere). Check out a copy from the College libraries. Looks like I'll have to read a copy to brush up on the missing 24% of my Britishness.

2 comments:

Khan said...

i think the best product i have found which helped me in passing the life in the uk test is a software which comes in a CD and prepares you chapter by chapter. it even has got the whole citizenship book in it as a guidance and also dictionary for difficult words. highly recommended if you want to pass the test. the cd is only available online on www.passport2britain.co.uk

Toni said...

Here is another site with free questions on the UK Citizenship Test, the advantage is that they are free. Site is: www.uklifetest.com