Simply tick the answers you think are correct. You will have 45 minutes to answer all 24 questions. This Life in the UK test is based on the 3rd edition handbook - "Journey to Citizenship: A guide for new residents". Answer 18 questions correctly to pass this test.

What was Queen Elizabeth I's relation to Mary, Queen of Scots?





Many place names such as Grimsby and Scunthorpe, come from which language?





People don't celebrate Christmas as much as they use to before



The King or Queen rules the UK





It is expected that women should stay at home and not work



The Queen represents the UK to the rest of the world



What is the traditional meat served for Christmas Dinner?





When did the first farmers arrive in Britain?





In Northern Ireland, the anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne in July is also a public holiday



The UK population increased by 10 million between 1901 and 1951



What time do people hold a two minute silence on Remembrance Day?





Who developed ideas about economics which are still referred to today?





The leader of the opposition usually becomes Prime Minister if his or her party wins the General Election



Which TWO of the following are famous British authors?





Who led the invasion of England in 1066?





Tobacco should not be sold to anyone under the age of





Assembly Members, MPs, and MEPs are listed in the Yellow Pages and Phone book?



What percentage of people identified themselves as Sikh in the 2009 Citizenship Survey?





There is no place in British society for extremism and intolerance



What TWO things was Henry VIII most famous for?





The Queen is married to Prince Phillip



At the turn of the 19th century, Britain was NOT a democracy as we know it today



What sport is played at Wimbledon Championships?





Residents who do not respect the law should not expect to be allowed to become permanent residents in the UK




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