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Life in the UK Test Questions 2021

All the Life in the UK test questions below were extracted from different sections of the official revision book, these test questions are pretty much identical to the ones you will face when taking your Citizenship test in 2021.

Just like the real test, you’ll need to answer at least 18 of these Life in the UK test questions correctly to pass. All of your answers along with a pass or fail grade is available after submitting your answers. Good luck!

1. Which statement below is correct?

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2. TRUE or FALSE: Clement Attlee was born in Manchester in 1880?

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3. What are Ralph Vaughan William and Sir William Walton famously know for?

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4. During which period did Parliament begin to develop into the institution it is today?

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5. In which year did Sir Winston Churchill die?

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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. Which TWO are Bank Holidays in England? (Choose 2 answers)

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9. Which statement below is correct?

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

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11. When were the first professional football clubs formed?

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12. In which year did the Black Death come to England?

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13. Which statement below is correct?

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14. What sport is Sir Ian Botham famously known for?

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15. Which TWO events below are associated with Dunkirk during World War II? (Choose 2 answers)

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16. Which statement below is correct?

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17. Who wrote, “The Bruce” about the Battle of Bannockburn?

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18. Which statement below is correct?

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19. How old was Mary Stuart (often now called ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’) when her father died and she became queen?

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20. TRUE or FALSE: The first World War ended 11.00 am on 11th November 1945.

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21. Which statement below is correct?

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22. In which year did William, the Duke of Normandy defeat Harold, the Saxon king of England, at the Battle of Hastings.

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23. Where would you need to go to see the Bayeux Tapestry (the great piece of embroidery that commemorates the Battle of Hastings)?

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24. How many years was Mary Stuart kept prisoner by Queen Elizabeth I?

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