Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 52

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. What is the Australia’s national language?
    • Urdu
    • German
    • French
    • English
  2. How many representatives does each state get to elect
    • 12
    • 11
    • 17
    • 14
  3. --------- is the supreme court in the Australian court hierarchy
    • State Court
    • Territory Court
    • High Court of Australia
    • None of the above
  4. What beliefs do you share with Australia and its people in the citizenship pledge?
    • Communist
    • Capitalist
    • Democratic
  5. Who can make new laws and amend old laws in Australia
    • Parliament
    • Court
    • Queen
  6. Which of these statements about migration in the first half of the 20th century is incorrect?
    • Migration levels rose and fell
    • The population more than doubled
    • There were programs to actively encourage British migrants to settle here
  7. What is freedom of speech allows
    • It allows people to say and discuss their ideas with others
    • It allows people to write what they think
    • All the above
  8. Which is the day: People are committing prosperity and rejoice in future?
    • Darwin Show Day
    • Alice Springs Show Day
    • Australia Day
    • None of the above
  9. What is the name of the places between which Australian Capital Territory is situated?
    • Melbourne and Sydney
    • Perth and Brisbane
    • Adelaide and Hobart
  10. Where is the Parliament house of Australia situated?
    • In Darwin
    • In Canberra
    • In Sydney
    • In Perth
  11. Point out the correct statement about equality of men and women in Australia
    • In Australia, both men and women have equal rights
    • Women have less rights than men in Australia
    • In Australia, men have less rights than women
  12. What is the minimum age for an Australian to register name and address on the electoral roll?
    • 16 years
    • 23 years
    • 21 years
    • 18 years
  13. Why is the power between 3 arms of government divided?
    • So that all the power to govern Australia is not taken over by the Prime Minister
    • So that all the power to govern Australia is taken over by the 3 arms group
    • So that all the power to govern Australia is not taken over by one group of people
  14. Name the leader of state government
    • Chief Minister
    • Premier
    • Senator
  15. What among the following is the responsibility of a local government?
    • Traffic controls and street signs
    • Health services and hospitals
    • Schools
  16. In 1851, what was the reason for people from all across the world to come to Victoria and New South Wales?<br />
    • To try their luck at making a fortune
    • To do the Farming
    • To make money
  17. The commonwealth of Australia consists of ____ territories.
    • 9
    • 5
    • 8
    • 2
  18. Which form of government does Australia follow?
    • Democracy
    • Autocracy
    • Dictatorship
  19. Of the following statements about Australian heritage, choose one that is true.
    • Australia has a Islamic heritage
    • Australia has a non religious heritage
    • Australia has a Judaeo-Christian heritage
  20. Identify the statement that is true about voting in Australia.
    • In Australian federal and state or territory elections, voting is compulsory once you are on the electoral roll
    • You are not allowed to vote once you are on the electoral roll
    • You can vote if you wish once you are on the electoral roll

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