The Life in the UK citizenship test introduced in November 1st, 2005 for naturalisation and further in 2nd April, 2007 for the settlement. Those who are applying for naturalisation or for settlement in United Kingdom, which is also referred as indefinite leave to remain, must attain a level of English which is B1 CEFR certified/ ESOL 3 or above.
The Life in the UK Citizenship test has been designed to evaluate two things: first the applicant’s knowledge of British (UK) life and second the applicant’s abilities and knowledge of the English language. Through the citizenship test, the UK government is assessing that citizenship applicants have sufficient knowledge of the life in the United Kingdom and sufficient knowledge of English. Life in the UK test required under the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002. Practically, very few take the test in a language other than English.
It required and crucial to prepare for Life in the UK Citizenship Test if you are wishing to attain settlement in the United Kingdom. The handbook has many pages jam-packed with several multiple choice questions. Nobody knows which or what type of questions will be asked in the citizenship test as the chosen questions random. Hence, it is essential that you prepare, memorise and understand all the handbook material for passing Life in the UK citizenship test. After all, questions in the citizenship test can asked from any of the five chapters in the handbook within any of the relevant sub-topics.
Studying for this citizenship test is a very daunting task for most people. It is not so easy to memorise all the required information simply by reading the handbook over and over again. This can be a method that most students find painful, boring and ineffective while preparing. There is a more easy and enjoyable way to prepare for your citizenship test. Just make your own strategy. First of all, read all the chapters in the handbook, or listen to the audiobook found on our training material. It may take few hours or a few days to read/ listen thoroughly through all the material.
Make sure that your study periods are short and frequent. Such studying strategies will exercise your long term memory allowing you to most effectively memorise all the citizenship multiple choice questions. It not recommended to learn by heart a lot of the information regarding this test into long study periods.
Just have a look at our website https://fasttracklifeuk.co.uk. We have provided a list of 100 hardest questions which can help you to prepare and pass this life in the UK citizenship test.
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One is the Life in the UK test certificate and the other is a B1 English test (GESE Grade 5) best taken from Trinity College London as it is the easiest. The exam is only 10 minutes and usually most people pass it unless the student’s English is absolutely zero.
What this means is that you will need to speak and understand English language to a reasonable level and then you can pass the test.
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