The Life in the UK mock test below features 24 sample questions based on different sections of the Official Life in the UK test... Life in the UK Mock Test

The Life in the UK mock test below features 24 sample questions based on different sections of the Official Life in the UK test revision book.

The pass mark for this Life in the UK mock test is 18 out of 24; you will get an instant pass or fail grade after submitting your answers. Good luck!

1. Which statement below is correct?

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2. TRUE or FALSE: The National Citizen Service programme helps retired people to enjoy outdoor activities.

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3. Which TWO of these are famous British inventions of the 20th century? (Choose 2 answers)

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4. TRUE or FALSE: Mince Pies are given as presents at Easter as a symbol of new life?

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5. Who should you call if someone is trying to persuade you to join an extremist or terrorist cause?

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6. Which TWO are true about the Act of Union? (Choose 2 answers)

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7. Which statement below is correct?

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8. Hanukkah is a celebration that remembers the Jews’ struggle for religious freedom. How many days does it last?

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9. TRUE or FALSE: £5 coins are commonly circulated in England.

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10. Which TWO sportsmen are well known for their achievements in Formula 1 Racing? (Choose 2 answers)

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11. Which TWO are famous authors? (Choose 2 answers)

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12. Which country invaded the Falkland Islands in 1982?

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13. In which year did the BBC start broadcasting regular television service?

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14. Which TWO are well-known pop music groups of the 1960s? (Choose 2 answers)

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15. TRUE or FALSE: The law applies to everyone the same way, regardless of who they are or where they are from.

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16. All of these are illegal EXCEPT:

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17. What were the “the troubles” about?

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18. TRUE or FALSE: The term "nobility" is used to describe people from the lowest social class.

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19. In which year did the BBC start radio broadcasting?

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20. Which of these commemorates those who died fighting for the UK and its allies?

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21. Which statement below is correct?

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22. Which statement below is correct?

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23. Which TWO of these are associated with Football? (Choose 2 answers)

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24. When do some people celebrate Valentine’s day?

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