If you want to become a citizen of the UK, you’ll first have to pass the official United Kingdom citizenship test. The written citizenship exam will test your knowledge of basic facts about the country’s history, political system and major events.

The Victorian Age

The Boer War began in which year?

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Free trade was promoted in the Victorian era partly by the abolition of what laws in 1846?

Question 2 of 38

In what year did British women finally get equal voting rights with men?

Question 3 of 38

Which bridge did Isambard Kingdom Brunel build in Bristol to span the Avon Gorge?

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The Great Exhibition’s Crystal Palace was located originally in which London park?

Question 5 of 38

The majority of British Empire countries given their independence have joined the…?

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In what year was the Reform Act passed?

Question 7 of 38

Which poem by Rudyard Kipling has frequently been voted one of the UK’s favourites?

Question 8 of 38

Women over 30 were allowed to vote and stand for Parliament in the UK in which year?

Question 9 of 38

The great engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel came from which town in England?

Question 10 of 38

Which medal for valour was introduced during the Crimean War?

Question 11 of 38

How many people in Ireland died as a result of the famine?

Question 12 of 38

Which of these areas did not see significant British Empire expansion under Victoria?

Question 13 of 38

In the 19th century, Britain produced what proportion of the world's iron, cotton and cloth?

Question 14 of 38

In 1847, the number of hours that women and children could work was limited to how many hours per day?

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How old was Queen Victoria when she became Queen of the UK?

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How many Irish people emigrated as a result of the famine?

Question 17 of 38

Between 1853 and 1913, up to how many British citizens emigrated from Britain?

Question 18 of 38

At its peak, how many people lived in the British Empire?

Question 19 of 38

Women who fought for the right to vote were known as what?

Question 20 of 38

Florence Nightingale is regarded as a pioneer in which area of medicine?

Question 21 of 38

Britain’s allies in the Crimean War were…?

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No married British woman had an automatic right to her earnings, property and money until what year?

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In what year did Queen Victoria’s reign come to an end?

Question 24 of 38

Britain fought the Crimean War between 1853 and…?

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Florence Nightingale was born in which European country?

Question 26 of 38

The Great Exhibition opened in London in which year?

Question 27 of 38

Isambard Kingdom Brunel built the Great Western Railway, which runs to the south-west of England from which London station?

Question 28 of 38

In which country was the Boer War fought?

Question 29 of 38

In the middle of the 19th century Ireland suffered a famine due to the failure of what crop?

Question 30 of 38

Which of these Britons pioneered the railway engine?

Question 31 of 38

London's Crystal Palace was built from...?

Question 32 of 38

Which class expanded and became increasingly more significant during Victoria’s reign?

Question 33 of 38

In which year did Queen Victoria come to the throne of the UK?

Question 34 of 38

Between 1870 and 1914, around 120,000 Jews came to Britain to escape persecution, from which countries?

Question 35 of 38

The Boers were settlers from which European country?

Question 36 of 38

Who were Britain’s opponents in the Crimean War?

Question 37 of 38

Which of these women founded the Women’s Franchise League in 1889?

Question 38 of 38



Citizenship UK Quiz Can Help You

A UK citizenship practice test is a mock test with an aim is to expose you to possible questions and the format of the official test. The practise questions are structured like a real test. By doing them, you get to answer all types of questions, and this gives you a feeling of how the official Life in the UK Test will be. The questions are not the actual ones that you’ll find in the official test but they are highly beneficial in determining whether you are ready for the test.