Life in the UK Test 2020

If you’re preparing to take your life in the UK test in 2020 and need practice questions, you’ve come to the right place. All of our Life in the UK practice tests are FREE, and you do not need to signup or create an account to start practicing.

All of our Life in the UK practice tests will follow the same style and format as the real British citizenship test, so you can practice and feel confident on your test day. Here’s an example of a Life in the UK mock test with questions similar to the ones you’ll face in your real Citizenship test in 2020.

1. Which of the following chambers constitute the UK Parliament? (Choose 2 answers)

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2. TRUE or FALSE. Isaac Newton was a famous poet from the 18th century.

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3. Elections for the European Parliament are usually held every ___ years.

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4. Which electoral procedure is used to elect Members of Parliament in the UK?

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5. TRUE or FALSE: The 1st of April is known as April fool’s day and people normally play jokes on each other.

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6. Which types of legal disputes can be settled by a county court? (Choose 2 answers)

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7. What event is being commemorated on Remembrance Day?

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8. Which of the following traditions are normally held in November every year? (Choose 2 answers)

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9. Which of the following celebrations is not a bank holiday?

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10. Which statement below is correct?

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11. To drive a car or ride a motor cycle in the UK, you must be at least __ years old.

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12. TRUE or FALSE: Life peers at the House of Lords are appointed by the Monarch.

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13. Which organisation is responsible for the UK's places of historic interest or national beauty?

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14. What is the main role of the shadow cabinet?

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15. TRUE or FALSE: A TV license is required in any household that receives television signals via TV, a digital box, a computer, or a mobile phone.

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16. What changes were made to UK voting rights in 1969?

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17. In which year were British women granted the right to vote?

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18. Which of these are British Overseas Territories? (Choose 2 answers)

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19. TRUE or FALSE. A husband can be charged with rape if he forces his wife to have sex.

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20. How often are MOT tests required?

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21. Which earnings are exempt from Income Tax?

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22. To vote in a general election in the UK, you must be at least ____.

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23. In which year did the United Kingdom become a member of NATO?

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24. What popular festival is normally celebrated on the 31st October every year?

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Life in the UK Test FAQ

If you’re not familiar with the test, it’s only natural that you will have a few questions before your test day.

Here are the top 5 questions I had before taking my British Citizenship test, hopefully it will help shed some light on any questions you have.

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Test Format

You will have to answer 24 questions within 45 minutes, the Life in the UK test pass mark is 18 out of 24, that’s 75% – you can try one of our Life in the UK test online to see if you can pass a test with similar questions to the ones you will face.

Life in the UK Test Questions

The Life in the UK test questions will cover a wide range of topics related to past and current people, customs and laws in the United Kingdom. Topics can range from monarchies and lawmakers to pop stars and sporting events.

It is very important that you read through the Life in the United Kingdom: A Guide for New Residents handbook before attempting any of our mock tests.

Types of Questions

You’ll have to answer 4 types of questions, these are:

True of False questions: These are in a standard true or false format where you will be given a statement and you will have to decide if the statement is true or false.

Correct statement questions: For these questions you will get two statements, one will be correct and one will be wrong, you have to choose the statement that is correct.

Choose ONE answer questions: You will be asked a question with 4 possible answers, you must choose ONE (the correct one) answer from the 4 possible options.

Choose TWO answers questions: These are similar to the “choose one answer” questions, but instead you will need to choose TWO correct answers. Please note that you will need to choose both correct answers to get a point for this type of question.

Preparing for the Test

It is nearly impossible to pass the citizenship test in 2020 without reading through the revision handbook. It’s absolutely vital for you to read through this book if you want to pass, only then should you start attempting a few Life in the UK practice tests.

This isn’t a common sense test, there are a few easy questions and there are lots of questions relating to different dates. I know personally that these are hard to remember, that’s why I have created this revision page to help you remember some important dates you should know.

Our Mock Tests

All of our Life in the UK mock tests will follow the same format as the real test, the only difference is that we have not assigned a time limit to any of them, this is to allow you to go over each question carefully and then double check your answers.

Just like the real test, all the answers to our practice questions can be found in the Life in the UK: A guide for New Residents handbook. I can’t stress enough how important this Life in the UK test revision book is – please ensure you read it cover to cover to ensure you’re fully prepared.