Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 61

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. Which year the colonies were united into a federation of states?
    • 1801
    • 1701
    • 1901
    • 1601
  2. What beliefs do you share with Australia and its people in the citizenship pledge?
    • Communist
    • Capitalist
    • Democratic
  3. Which legal body takes decisions on most important matters in Australian Government?
    • The Court
    • The Prime Minister
    • The Queen
    • Cabinet
  4. When does a bill become a law in Australia?
    • When the Queen signs
    • When the Governor-General signs
    • When the Prime Minister signs
  5. State the period when migration period fall and rise in Australia
    • First half of the 19th century
    • Middle of the 20th century
    • Last half of the 20th century
    • First half of the 20th century
  6. Name the largest city of Australia
    • Perth
    • Melbourne
    • Sydney
    • Victoria
  7. State the main town that lies near the centre of Australia
    • Alice Springs
    • Palmerston
    • Duntroon
  8. What among the following role can be played by a mate?
    • Grandmother
    • Enemy
    • Grandfather
    • Friend
  9. What should be the age of an Australian citizen to seek elections to parliament at the federal, state or territory level?
    • 23 years
    • 16 years
    • 18 years
    • 21 years
  10. State the number of representatives elected from each state in the house of parliament
    • 15
    • 14
    • 13
    • 12
  11. With what does the responsibility of Australian government lie?
    • Citizenship and immigration
    • Traffic controls
    • Local roads
  12. State the authority who is the lender of territory government
    • Premier
    • Senator
    • Chief Minister
  13. Australia's Parliament House is situated in _________
    • In Canberra
    • In Sydney
    • In Darwin
  14. The Commonwealth electoral roll is maintained by ______
    • Australian Electoral Commission
    • The Speaker of the House of Representatives
    • The prime minister
  15. Which of the following are the State and territory governments responsible for?
    • Defense
    • Schools
    • Citizenship and immigration
  16. Of the following statements, which is true?
    • Because the separate colonies had weak systems of defense, people wanted to unite the British colonies to form a single Australian nation
    • Because Australia's national identity was beginning to form, people wanted to unite the British colonies to form a single Australian nation
    • All of the above
  17. What is the State and territory governments responsible for?
    • Taxation
    • Health services and hospitals
    • Defense
  18. The joy and pride in being Australian is publicly expressed through _________________________________<br />
    • Advance Australia Fair
    • The Star-Spangled Banner
    • God save the King
  19. About the Queen of Australia, which of the following is true?
    • The Queen does not have a day-to-day role in government in Australia
    • The Queen has a day-to-day role in government in Australia
    • The Queen does not have any role in government in Australia
  20. Of the following statement, choose the one that is true
    • You are not allowed to join any political party in Australia
    • You are forced to join in certain political parties in Australia
    • You are free to join a political party if you choose, in Australia

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