Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 7

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. Where is the Parliament House located?
    • Perth
    • Adelaide
    • Hobart
    • Canberra
  2. Is the AEC not independent of the government?
    • Yes
    • No
  3. What are the State and territory governments responsible for?
    • Food and meat inspection
    • Defence
    • Forestry
  4. What is the leader of a local council called?
    • Mayor or Shire President
    • Premier
    • Chief Minister
    • Senator
  5. Considering any proposal for a new law to accept or reject it, what this process is called
    • System
    • Auditing
    • Review
    • Preview
  6. What is the population of Australia?
    • 22 million people
    • 12 million people
    • 32 million people
    • 42 million people
  7. Who can make new laws and amend old laws in Australia
    • Queen
    • Court
    • Parliament
    • None of the above
  8. What do people celebrate on Australia Day?
    • All that is great about Australia and being Australian
    • All Australians who served and died in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations
    • All that is great about European settlement started from Great Britain
  9. Point out the correct one about equality in Australia
    • About personal matters, both women and men have the right to make independent choices
    • About personal matters, only men have the right to make independent choices
    • About personal matters, only women have the right to make independent choices
  10. State the duty of a Jury service
    • That the court is neat and tidy is made sure by the Jury service
    • That the court starts at the right time is made sure by the Jury service
    • That the court system is open and fair is made sure by the Jury service
  11. Point out the correct statement about voting
    • Who you voted for must to told to other people
    • You are forced to tell others who you vote for
    • Who you voted for is not seen by anyone else
  12. In the colonies of Victoria and New South Wales, when was Gold discovered?
    • 1751
    • 1978
    • 1851
    • 1951
  13. Many examples of fine colonial architecture can be found in _____
    • Mount Gambier
    • Adelaide
    • Whyalla
  14. The Australians can contribute to the future of Australia and in the way the country is governed ___________
    • By voting for the people who represent them in parliament
    • By voting for the existing government
    • By voting for themselves
  15. To work in Medicare, the minimum age is _________
    • 23 years
    • 18 years
    • 15 years
    • 20 years
  16. If people in Australia don't obey the laws, what will happen?
    • Only a few laws are to be obeyed by Australians
    • They may have to go to court after being arrested by the police
    • As they are okay with not obeying the law, nothing will happen
  17. Of the following statements about equality of men and women in Australia, choose the one that is true
    • Discriminating against a person because of gender is illegal
    • In Australia, men have more rights than women
    • In Australia, men have less rights than women
  18. Who is the leader of a state government?
    • Senator
    • Premier
    • Chief Minister
  19. Of the mainland states, the smallest is __________
    • Tasmania
    • Victoria
    • Queensland
  20. In Australia, what does equality of opportunity mean?
    • In Australian society, they believe in class distinctions
    • Australians believe in a class based fair society
    • Australians believe in a fair society

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