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Practice Life in UK Test

Life in UK The Test - "The Life in United Kingdom the Test" is a free online practice test for aspirants who are willing to become permanent British citizens.

The test duration is 45 minutes and the participants have to answer 24 questions for sure. Applicants/participants must remember that they need to score at least 75% to pass this test. This test is completely based on chapters 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 of "Life in the United Kingdom: A Guide for New Residents" a revised handbook (third edition).

After passing the Life in The UK Test, the process of applying for indefinite Leave to Remain will start. Hence it is a must you should know about the forms and documentation required to complete your application for ILR. Make sure every applicant should learn all the important steps to complete the application. There are two different types of forms for applying for ILR. They are Form SET(M) and Form SET(O)

UK Test Practice

The core intention of "Life in UK The Test" website is to make you ready for the main exam. We have done a thorough research on this and arranged all the test questions from the chapters 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 randomly to give you real examination environment. You could see your score and correct answers by answering our online free questions one by one in 45 minutes. There are 55 such practice tests. Ample practice and ample knowledge.

For further information about citizenship you must visit www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk. The official study guide "Life in the UK Handbook 3rd Edition: A Guide for New Residents" consists of information about the tests booked on or after 25th March. More questions will be added to the new test for the 3rd online edition shortly.



Practice Chapter Wise Life in UK Test

1. The values and principles of the UK
2. What is the UK?
3. A long and illustrious history
4. A modern, thriving society
5. The UK government, the law and your role