Life in the UK Practice Test 2024

The Life in the UK practice test below features another 24 example questions similar to the ones you will encounter in your real British Citizenship test in 2024.

Just like the official test, the pass mark for this Life in the UK practice test is 18 out of 24 (75%). Take your time and read through each question carefully before submitting your answers. Good luck!

1. New ideas about politics, philosophy and science were developed during the 18th century, this was often referred to as ____.

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2. The Chartists campaigned for all the following changes EXCEPT:

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3. A speech is normally given to open the new parliamentary session each year, who gives this speech?

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4. Housesteads and Vindolanda are names of famous ____.

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5. Which statement below is correct?

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6. Sir Francis Drake was among the first to sail around the world, what was the name of his ship?

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7. Which famous landmark was originally built as part of the UK’s celebration of the new millennium?

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8. Where would you find the iron age hill fort “Maiden Castle”?

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9. TRUE or FLASE: “To be, or not to be, that is the question” is a famous line from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

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10. Which 2 are famous inventors of the 20th century? (Choose 2 answers)

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11. Which statement below is correct?

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12. TRUE or FLASE: Elizabeth I was very skilled at managing Parliament.

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13. What does Colin Firth, Sir Antony Hopkins and Tilda Swinton have in common?

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14. Which statement below is correct?

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15. Which part of the UK would you find Edinburgh Castle?

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16. Which statement below is correct?

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17. TRUE or FLASE: Conwy and Caernarvon are the names of famous British ships.

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18. Which statement below is correct?

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19. Who is the chief officer of the House of Commons?

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20. What is the name of the Prime Minister’s country house outside London?

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21. TRUE or FALSE: The words “Great Britain” refers to England, Scotland and Wales, not to Northern Ireland.

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22. Which landmark would you need to visit if you want to see the Crown Jewels?

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23. Who is the head of state of the UK?

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24. TRUE or FALSE: To become a citizen or permanent resident of the UK you must be able to read and speak English.

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Life in the UK Mock Test 2024