Life in the UK Test


Life in the UK Test 21


This Life in the UK Test mock contains 24 multiple choice questions. You have 45 minutes to compelte the test. You need to score 18 out of 24 to pass. You may check your answers by clicking the "Check Answer" button or you may wait until the end of the test for your final score. Good luck!

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Correct Answer: C Robert the Bruce
A Anne Boleyn
B Anne of Cleves
C Catherine Parr
D Catherine of Aragon
Correct Answer: D Catherine of Aragon
A The Bible
B The Book of Common Prayer
C The Canterbury Tales
D The Prince
Correct Answer: B The Book of Common Prayer
A Atheist
B Jewish
C Protestant
D Roman Catholic
Correct Answer: C Protestant
A The Bill of Rights
B The Privacy Act
C The Slave's Act
D The Women's Act
Correct Answer: A The Bill of Rights
A 1993
B 1994
C 1997
D 1999
Correct Answer: A 1993
A Couples being offered government money to have children / Basketball players having more children
B Longer life expectancy
C Migration from other countries
Correct Answer: A Couples being offered government money to have children / Basketball players having more children
A Cricket
B Football
C Rowing
D Rugby
Correct Answer: C Rowing
A A Tennis Grand Slam
B An Olympic tennis gold medal
Correct Answer: A A Tennis Grand Slam
A Poets Corner
B Poets Factory
C Poets Gardens
D Poets Towers
Correct Answer: A Poets Corner
Correct Answer: B True.
Explanation: But it is not often needed.
A None of the above
B The Glycoled
C The Senatt
D The Senedd
Correct Answer: D The Senedd
A 7 am to midnight
B 7am to 10pm
C 8 am to 10pm
D 8am to 6pm
Correct Answer: B 7am to 10pm
Correct Answer: A False.
Explanation: The Judge makes this decision.
Correct Answer: B True.
Explanation: They can for example volunteer with the National Citizen Service at 16 /17.
A Shop online and buy product from overseas
B Shopping at global corporate chains
C Shopping at local shops
D Window shopping (just looking, not buying)
Correct Answer: C Shopping at local shops
A All of the above
B Car sharing
C Cycling
D Walking
Correct Answer: A All of the above
A It led to many peasants leaving the country
B It meant there was no threat of the Monarchy having total control
Correct Answer: B It meant there was no threat of the Monarchy having total control

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