Life in The UK Test Practice Questions

Below you’ll find 24 random Life in the UK test practice questions similar to the ones you’ll face in your real British Citizenship test.

As with all our Life in the UK practice tests, there will be no time limit – so take your time and go through each question carefully before submitting your answers. Good luck!

1. How often are General elections held in Britain?

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2. What is the key aim of the United Nations?

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3. TRUE or FALSE: Youth court hearings are open to members of the public.

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4. What historic change to our voting rights occurred in 1969?

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5. At what time of the day is the traditional Christmas Eve service held every year?

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6. Which statement below is correct?

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7. Which statement below is correct?

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8. TRUE or FALSE: An allotment is a piece of land that is rented for the purpose of growing fruits and vegetables.

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9. What type of government was formed following 2010's General Election?

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10. ___ and ___ are religious Christian festivals celebrated in the UK. (Choose 2 answers)

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11. TRUE or FALSE: Montserrat and the Cayman Islands are British Overseas Territories.

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12. How many member states are part of the Commonwealth of Nations?

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13. TRUE or FALSE: The Brit Awards is an event that honours professionals in the world of sports.

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14. Which statement below is correct?

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15. What historic event took place in England in 1066?

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16. Which statement below is correct?

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17. Which of these are famous landmarks found in the UK? (Choose 2 answers)

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18. Which of these is a fundamental principle of British life?

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19. Which statement below is correct?

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20. Which event is remembered annually on Nov. 5?

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21. TRUE or FALSE: Andy Murray is a famous footballer.

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22. TRUE or FALSE: William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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23. What method is used to fund local councils?

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24. The committee that consists of senior government ministers is also known as ___.

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