The Life in the UK test is a requirement for anyone seeking naturalisation as a British citizen. The test covers a range of topics including British history, culture and traditions.
The test is made up of 24 multiple-choice questions and must be completed within 45 minutes and is a computer based test. It is available in a number of languages, including English, Welsh, Scottish Gaelic and Bengali.
How many questions do I need to pass for Life in the UK Test?
In order to pass the test you need to answer correctly at least 18 questions out of a total of 24. This ratio means you need to score 75% pass rate in order to be successful in the British Citizenship Test.
Anyone who fails the Life in the UK test will have to re-take it at a later date, no earlier than 7 days after a failed attempt.
Here you’ll find the BEST resource available to help people prepare for the test, including practice tests and study guides.
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