Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 56

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 Australian government responsible for?
    • Noise and animal control
    • Public transport
    • Defence
  2. Who represents the Head of State in each state of Australia?
    • The Parliament
    • The Queen
    • Governor
    • The King
  3. What beliefs do you share with Australia and its people in the citizenship pledge?
    • Communist
    • Democratic
    • Capitalist
  4. Which level of government is responsible for schools?
    • Local governments
    • The Australian Government
    • State and territory governments
  5. Which is the smallest state in Australia?
    • Western Australia
    • South Australia
    • Tasmania
    • New South Wales
  6. What that legal body is called where you can approach for your legal matters to be heard by a judge or a magistrate
    • Hall
    • Parliament
    • Court
  7. Any bill, after being passed by both houses of parliament; to whom it goes now
    • The Prime Minister
    • Governor-General
    • The Queen
    • The Court
  8. On whom do the building permits of Australia lie?
    • The local governments
    • Private companies and non-profit organisations
    • State or territory governments
    • Federal government
  9. In which parliamentary form does people’s involvement takes place countries’ governing task?
    • Parliamentary dictatorship
    • Parliamentary Monarchy
    • Parliamentary democracy
  10. What among the following role can be played by a mate?
    • Grandmother
    • Enemy
    • Grandfather
    • Friend
  11. 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
  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. Which one of the following is the responsibility of State and territory governments?
    • Air safety and airports
    • Citizenship and immigration
    • Road traffic control and roads
  14. The commonwealth of Australia consists of ____ territories.
    • 5
    • 4
    • 3
    • 2
  15. In 1788, why did the First Fleet arrive from Great Britain?
    • For learning about the cultural differences between British and Australians
    • For setting up a settlement of convicts for the British Government
    • For preaching the religion
  16. Identify the statement from among these that is true?
    • Australia's Head of State is the current President of the United States of America
    • Australia's Head of State is the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
    • Australia's Head of State is the current King or Queen of the United Kingdom
  17. Who are Australia’s first inhabitants?
    • Europeans
    • The Torres Strait Islander people and the Aboriginals
    • British people
  18. In the House of Representatives, what is the party or coalition of parties with the second largest number of members called?
    • Opposition
    • Ruling
    • The second
  19. In terms of size, Australia is
    • The fifth largest country in the world
    • The fourth largest country in the world
    • The sixth largest country in the world
    • The seventh largest country in the world
  20. The power to make laws that govern the country lies with __________
    • The King
    • Parliament
    • The Queen

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