Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 3

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.

Time Spent: 00:45:00

  1. Who chooses MPs or Senators to become ministers?
    • The Prime Minister
    • The Queen
    • The Governor-General
  2. Who can make and amend the law in Australia
    • The king
    • The Queen
    • The governor-general
    • Parliament
  3. Which of these is an example that taxes are not spent on?
    • Defence and social security
    • Roads and railways
    • Private house and personal car
  4. Law enforcing comes under which power
    • Judicial powers
    • Executive powers
    • Legislative powers
  5. Where does the Union Jack lie in the Australian flag?
    • Centre
    • Top right corner
    • Top left corner
    • None of the Above
  6. How many common wealth stars points can you see?
    • 8
    • 7
    • 9
    • 11
  7. Which is the place of announcing Australian of the year by the PM on the eve of Australian day?
    • Melbourne
    • Canberra
    • Sydney
    • Perth
  8. State the year when the first 11 convict ship arrived from Great Britain
    • On 26 January 1988
    • On 26 January 1688
    • On 26 January 1788
    • On 26 January 1668
  9. Where does the unspoilt wilderness landscape exist?
    • Tasmania
    • Queensland
    • South Australia
  10. State the true statement
    • Because of culture, trying to make other people hate or act violently towards others is illegal
    • Because of ethnicity, trying to make other people hate or act violently towards others is illegal
    • All of the above
  11. Which one among the following is true for Participating in Australian Society?
    • Only youngsters are encouraged to participate in society in Australia
    • Only senior citizens are encouraged to participate in society in Australia
    • All citizens are encouraged to participate in society in Australia
  12. What is the definition of Royal Assent?
    • Governor-General signing regulations
    • Governor-General signing all Bills passed by the Australian Parliament into law
    • Governor-General approving the appointment of the Australian Government and its ministers
  13. Identify the responsibility of a local government
    • Foreign affairs
    • Police
    • Local environmental issues
  14. The problems faced in the first few years of the European Settlement were overcome by
    • Kevin Michael Rudd
    • Captain Arthur Phillip
    • Frank Cassidy
  15. You can change the Australian constitution
    • State or territory and federal elections
    • Referendum
    • Local government elections
  16. Of the following statements about voting, identify the statement that is true.
    • Who you voted for is not seen by anyone else
    • Who you voted for must to told to other people
    • You are forced to tell others who you vote for
  17. If people in Australia don't obey the laws, what will happen?
    • They may have to go to court after being arrested by the police
    • Only a few laws are to be obeyed by Australians
    • As they are okay with not obeying the law, nothing will happen
  18. Of the following, choose a statement that is true.
    • Freedom of expression of the others should be respected by Australians
    • Freedom of speech of the others should be respected by Australians
    • All of the above
  19. The responsibility of an Australian is to __________
    • Obey the law
    • Defend Australia should the need arise
    • All of the above
  20. The names of the two houses of the Australian Parliament are _________
    • The Senate and the House of Territory
    • The House of Territory and the House of Representatives
    • The Senate and the House of Representatives

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