Citizenship Practice Sample Q&A

Anyone seeking to be a British citizens is required to pass a test before their application for citizenship is approved. Test your knowledge of the United Kingdom and see if you can pass the test.

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Constitutional monarchy – the Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights became law in which year?

Question 1 of 12

The right to vote in Britain at the time of the Glorious Revolution was decided by…?

Question 2 of 12

From 1695, what were allowed to operate without a government license?

Question 3 of 12

From 1656 onwards, which group of people came back to live in Britain for the first time since the Middle Ages?

Question 4 of 12

Constituencies known as rotten boroughs where distinguished by having…?

Question 5 of 12

The French refugees from religious persecution who came to settle in Britain around this time were the…?

Question 6 of 12

Under the Bill of Rights, a new Parliament had to be elected at least every…?

Question 7 of 12

A constituency controlled by a single wealthy family was called a what?

Question 8 of 12

After the Glorious Revolution, the main groups in parliament were…?

Question 9 of 12

The Bill of Rights mandated that Britain's monarch must be what?

Question 10 of 12

After the Glorious Revolution, Britain began to develop into a…?

Question 11 of 12

The Declaration of Rights was read out at William and Mary's...?

Question 12 of 12


 

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Required Documents for the Test

To perform exemplarily in any test, you must be well prepared. Proper preparation entails having the required documents in place.

The reason why it is crucial to have the necessary documents in one place before enrolling for the test is to avoid last-minute disappointments. Irrespective of how prepared you are, you will be denied the chance to do the test if you can’t prove your identity.

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