Prepare for UK Citizenship Test online! Knowledge of Language & Life in the UK Test (KOL) is an essential part of British citizenship & settlement.


Which of these traditional foods would you most associate with England?

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Which of these regional specialities might you expect to encounter on a visit to Scotland?

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At what age can an individual drink wine or beer with a meal in a restaurant provided they are accompanied by an adult?

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What is the national flower of England?

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When was the first public film show in the UK?

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Which of these was a famous satirical magazine, founded in the 19th century?

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The famous British TV show Monty Python's Flying Circus began in which year?

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In what English County is the eco-friendly Eden Project?

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What does the BBC stand for?

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If five people rent separate rooms in the same house with individual tenancy agreements, how many TV licenses are required if they each have a TV?

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What is the national flower of Scotland?

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How many national parks are there in England, Wales and Scotland?

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The British equivalent of an Oscar award is known as a...?

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Which of these is the largest expense of freshwater in mainland Britain?

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English actor Charlie Chaplin became famous in Hollywood mainly for portraying a…?

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The fine for not having a TV licence can be up to…?

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Which British studio has a claim to being the oldest continuously working film studio in the world?

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What is the national flower of Northern Ireland?

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To buy alcohol in a public house in the UK, a person must be aged…?

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The Giant's Causeway is located in which UK country?

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You must have a TV licence to watch TV in the UK using…?

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What is the national flower of Wales?

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Which of these British countries have programs broadcast in their own local language?

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In a public place in the UK, a pet dog must wear a…?

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Which of these is a current British magazine carrying on the satirical tradition?

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Trading hours for British shops are usually reduced on public holidays and…?

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Many British gardeners rent extra pieces of land to grow fruit and vegetables. What are these called?

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The tower on the Houses of Parliament popularly known as Big Ben is in fact properly called what?

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What age you have to be to buy National Lottery tickets or scratch cards in the UK?

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The Yeoman Warders at the Tower of London are popularly known as what?

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You are entitled to a free TV licence in the UK if you are older than…?

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Where is the Snowdonia National Park?

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The Ferris wheel on the south bank of the River Thames in central London is known as what?

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How to Study For the UK Citizenship Test

The first step to becoming a British citizen is to pass a mandatory citizenship test. You’re required to study the official handbook for the Life in the UK Test before sitting a 45-minute test on politics, history, and culture. The essence of this test is to ensure that an applicant knows how the government operates and understands the basics of UK society. After all, as an applicant, you’ll have the right to work in government jobs, hold public office, and even vote in elections.

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