Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 14

This Australian citizenship practice test contains 20 questions and 45 minutes time limit. Remember that you need to get at least 15 Questions correct or 75% to pass this Australian citizenship practice test.

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  1. When is Anzac day celebrated in Australia?
    • On 25 April
    • On 15 April
    • On 20 April
    • On 10 April
  2. What is the official flag of our nation?
    • The Torres Strait Islander Flag
    • Australian Aboriginal Flag
    • The Australian National Flag
  3. What are Local governments responsible for?
    • Social security (pensions and family support)
    • Food and meat inspection
    • Police
  4. What do you pledge at the citizenship ceremony?
    • To share Australia's communist beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
    • To share Australia's democratic beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
    • To share Australia's capitalist beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
  5. What does the Commonwealth Coat of Arms Symbolize?
    • The Australian and its people
    • The Commonwealth of Australia
    • The native animals and flower
  6. Which level of government is responsible for public transport?
    • The Australian Government
    • Local governments
    • State and territory governments
    • None of the above
  7. Who established the first colony in Australia?
    • Japanese
    • Canadians
    • British
  8. Which one among the statement is correct?
    • Children born overseas to Australians can be registered as Australian citizens
    • Children born overseas to Australians cannot be registered as Australian citizens
    • Only if children are born in Australia and New Zealand, Australians can be registered as Australian citizens
  9. Which of the following can be known as senate?
    • The Lower House
    • The House of Representatives
    • The States' House
  10. What is the definition of a Jury?
    • A jury is group of people who can apply for an Australian passport and re-enter Australia freely
    • A jury is a group of people committed to join together to defend the nation and its way of life.
    • A jury is a group of ordinary Australian men and women who listen to the evidence in a court case and decide if a person is innocent or guilty.
  11. On Anzac Day, we remember __________
    • The First Fleet's landing at Sydney Cove
    • The first free settlers arriving from Britain
    • New Zealand and Australian Army Corps's landing at Gallipoli
  12. Anzac day is
    • During World War I, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landed at Gallipoli and Anzac Day is named after them
    • The anniversary of the First Fleet's arrival from Great Britain in 1788
    • Queen Elizabeth II's birthday
  13. When did a wave of non-British migration come?
    • World War II
    • World War I
  14. Until when are people free to share different beliefs and traditions and follow them in the Australian democratic society?
    • They don’t change their religion
    • Australian laws are not broken by them
    • They go for holidays for less than 30 days
  15. Whom does the Governor represent in each state?
    • Australian Prime Minister
    • The Queen
    • The King
  16. Which of these statements about the state government is correct?
    • The States have no constitution
    • All States run by Federal Constitution Only
    • All States have the same constitution
    • Each state has its own constitution
  17. What arrived from Great Britain on January 26, 1788?
    • First Fleet
    • Second Fleet
    • British Fleet
  18. Identify the statement from among these that is true?
    • Irrespective of their race, all Australians have to treat each other with respect and dignity
    • Irrespective of their country of origin, all Australians have to treat each other with respect and dignity
    • All of the above
  19. Choose the true statement of the following.
    • Through voluntary community work, many groups and individuals help others , because of the spirit of mateship
    • Many people fight with each other because of the spirit of mateship
    • Many people go away from Australia because of the spirit of mateship
  20. Federal elections and referendums are conducted by _______
    • The prime minister
    • The Speaker of the House of Representatives
    • Australian Electoral Commission

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You need to get at least 75% (15 Questions correct) to pass this practice test.