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Passed my exam yesterday!! Well done to myself but coz of my excitement I didn’t even find out how much I got OUT OF 24!! HURRRRAYY!! Still smiling at myself. Believe me the test is not hard if you’ve done your research well!
1) Which modern country we live in today was William the Conqueror from? France
2) Which country did golf…..
Claire Robinson

Super happy! I was well prepared for the exam this time.I couldn’t afford to fail the test. It’s expensive to fail so remember to prepare and take the practice test here!
Exam questions that came up today.
1-What is the capital city on Northern Ireland? Belfast
2- BBC broadcasts were controlled by the UK Government?True or False: False.
3-School Governor Duties are? Choose two
a-School strategies
b- Controlling school performance
Abarron Musa

Hello guys, I have just passed my exam today. Original test was very easy and all the questions were from this website. But you must study the Life in the UK book, 3rd Edition otherwise you won’t be able to pass.
The following are the questions I had in my test today.
1. Bonnie Prince Charlie was supported by people of which area of Scotland? Highlands
2. Which flower is associated with Wales? – Daffodil
3. Elizabeth was Catholic or
Zeeshan Khalid

Okay guys!I took the test and every question is different chapter of the book so you can’t revise only few chapters. Revise this list of questions bellow and good luck as they will come up in the exams.
Q1. The Falkland Islands is British overseas territory and it is part of the UK…..True
Q2. Edward Elgar is a famous ……Musician
Q3. Who was born at Stratford Upon Avon?……William Shakespeare
Q4. Six Nations Championship is a competition in what sport? …… Rugby
Q5. Which King was executed in
Phoebe Gan

Finally passed my test in Liverpool and as promised. I will list some of the questions I remembered from the exam. They may not word exactly the same but the questions all mean the same thing and require the same answers.
– The First World War ended on 1918, what month was it on? 28 July
– How many members does The Northern Ireland Assembly have? 108
– When did the UK join the EU? 1973 –You must remember this
– How is New Year often called in Scotland? Hogmanay – This too
KurohaNeko

Most of the questions were from these practice tests 8-20 and 4 True/False tests. Only 2 questions were not from these tests but I was able to memorise using the history timeline in this website
1) What country did Germany invade in 1939?
Answer – Poland.
2) When were the women given the right to vote at the same age 21 as men?
Answer- 1928
Lucky Rihal

Hello, I passed today at Watford. The site was really helpful in preparing me for the test. So I can only do the favour to pass my experience.
1) Murder of Franz Ferdinand in 1914 led to the start of which world war (Crimean, first world war, second world war)
2) Which of these is more like a criminal offence (unfair dismissal at workplace, smoking in prohibited area, tenant not paying rent
TibyJoju

Very helpful information and I thank Anita and the makers for neatly putting revised pack together for us. I highly recommend this website I just revised the questions two days before taking my exams. Please memorise the history timeline and do the practice test.
Questions I remember today are…
1. What is your responsibility as UK citizen? select two ans. Ans- cant rem the 4 option.
2. You have to be 21 years old to stand as an MP. Ans- False.
3. What did Sir Frank Whittle invent in the 1930s? Ans- Jet engine
Aurea De Souza