Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 57

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. When many citizenship ceremonies are held across the country?
    • Easter Day
    • Boxing Day
    • Christmas Day
    • Australia Day
  2. Which power puts the laws into practice?
    • Legislative power
    • Executive power
    • Judicial power
  3. When the Bill becomes a law
    • Prime Minister signs the Bill
    • Governor-General signs the Bill
    • Queen signs the Bill
    • None of the above
  4. Australian government is ------------
    • Spiritual
    • Secular
    • Godly
    • None of the above
  5. Whose responsibility is taxation?
    • State and territory governments
    • Local governments
    • The Australian Government
    • Australian Capital Territory Government
  6. Taxes support services that help make Australia the peaceful and prosperous country it is today.
    • True
    • False
  7. How many territories does the commonwealth of Australia include?
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
  8. The statement is about Australia. State the correct alternative
    • Others can be encouraged to break the law in Australia
    • False allegations cannot be made by the people of Australia
    • A person's reputation can be damaged by another in Australia
  9. Which one among the following is correct about Australian laws?
    • Laws to maintain a safe society are not made by Australian representatives in government
    • Laws to protect people's rights are not made by Australian representatives in government
    • Laws to maintain an orderly, free society are made by Australian representatives in government
  10. Which authority provides advice to appoint the Governor-General as her representative in Australia?
    • The Prime Minister of Australia
    • The Prime Minister of Britain
    • The King
  11. 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.
  12. A government system where citizens freely choose representatives to govern the country and make laws on their behalf is called _________
    • Dictatorship
    • Democracy
    • Autocracy
  13. Of the following statement, which is true?
    • Only for the citizens of Australia, Australia's laws are important
    • For all people living in Australia, Australia's laws are important
    • Only for the people born in Australia are Australia's laws important
  14. What are Australia’s national colours?
    • Gold and red
    • Blue and red
    • Blue and white
    • Green and gold
  15. On the Australian Aboriginal Flag, the yellow circle represents __________
    • The sun
    • Golden wattle
    • Daffodils
  16. Of the following, which flag has the colours green, blue, black and white?
    • The Australian Aboriginal Flag
    • The Australian National Flag
    • The Torres Strait Islander flag
  17. As people have freedom of expression, they are allowed to ___________
    • Express their views through art
    • Not express their views by art
    • To harm others
  18. To work in Medicare, the minimum age is _________
    • 22 years
    • 18 years
    • 21 years
  19. For a career in the Army, what is the minimum age to apply?
    • 18 years
    • 13 years
    • 15 years
    • 17 years
  20. The responsibility of ____________ lies with the Australian Government.
    • Playgrounds
    • Drains
    • Air safety and airports

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