CITIZENSHIP TEST SIMULATOR

Our Simulation Tests replicate precisely the format of the real official UK citizenship test. They draw questions from every chapter, and they are timed. Exact same format as the official test.
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The Law

If you need legal advice, your best first step is to go to a…?

Question 1 of 24

In England and Wales, civil claims for less than £10,000 are often heard in what sort of court?

Question 2 of 24

Civil disputes are dealt with by what sort of court in England?

Question 3 of 24

How many people serve on a jury in Scotland?

Question 4 of 24

A PCSO is a type of what?

Question 5 of 24

Most minor offences in England are dealt with by which courts?

Question 6 of 24

Which of these does civil law cover?

Question 7 of 24

The term the judiciary refers to…?

Question 8 of 24

Where it is illegal to smoke tobacco in the UK?

Question 9 of 24

If a UK citizen knows a crime is being or has been committed, they must…?

Question 10 of 24

Which of these weapons is it legal to carry in the UK?

Question 11 of 24

New UK citizens should be wary of…?

Question 12 of 24

Magistrates are usually…?

Question 13 of 24

An accused person will usually be tried in a Youth Court in England, Wales and Northern Ireland if they are aged between 10 and…?

Question 14 of 24

If a person is found guilty after trial, who decides their sentence?

Question 15 of 24

On what grounds can you be excused from jury service?

Question 16 of 24

Which of these drugs is legal in the UK?

Question 17 of 24

Every British system must obey the law except…?

Question 18 of 24

Police officers must obey the law...?

Question 19 of 24

The head of a police force in the UK is called a...?

Question 20 of 24

How many people serve on a jury in England, Wales and Northern Ireland?

Question 21 of 24

Serious criminal offences in Scotland are heard in what sort of court?

Question 22 of 24

It is illegal to sell tobacco products in the UK to anyone under the age of…?

Question 23 of 24

The Scottish equivalent of a magistrates' court is what?

Question 24 of 24


 

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What Is Required Of Me?

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