Thursday, April 10, 2008

Australian Citizenship Test

To be granted Australian citizenship by conferral, permanent residents of Australia should pass the Citizenship Test formulated by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship. It is a 45 minutes computer generated test consisting of 20 multiple choice questionsThe applicant must correctly answer 60% of the questions INCLUDING answering 3 questions on the responsibilities and privileges of citizenship correctly. Does it mean YOU FAILED if you correctly answer 19 of the 20 questions and the incorrect happens to be 1 of the 3 questions about responsibilities and privileges? It could be. But I guess that DIAC will give more than 3 questions about responsibilities and privileges. If not, the test is INSANE.

I prepared a practice test for the Australian Citizenship test. The format is different from the actual test given by DIAC because I am not a programmer to simulate their test. This test serves as a review for those preparing for the test. The test is halfway finished but I am committed to make it through.

I have not yer taken the citizenship test because I am still not eligible to take it because I still lack the required residency. I am just wondering if I can take the test now and apply for citizenship later. I do not know also whether the result of the test has expiration date.

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