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Author Topic: If a foreigner wanted to take British nationality, what kind of questions  (Read 185 times)

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....what questions will they have to answer when applying for British status? 

Are there any examples of those tests freely available on the net? 

And what are these questions like?   Are they really difficult questions?   Or are they bone-simple Q's that even the thickest non-British alien could easily answer with one eye tied behind their back?

I ask because (as a  born-in-Britain, dyed-in-the-wool Englishman) I just want to see whether I'd pass the test with flying colours - or fail miserably and be deported forthwith.
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There's a whole host of them here:
https://lifeintheuktestweb.co.uk/british-citizenship-test-6/

Sadly, what is missing is questions like:
"If a close relative passes away and you are in a public place do you:
a. let all your emotion out
b. fight back the tears and run to a quiet place
c. respond "I see.  I think I might need a cup of tea." and then internalise any pain and/or grief.

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There's a whole host of them here:
https://lifeintheuktestweb.co.uk/british-citizenship-test-6/

Sadly, what is missing is questions like:
"If a close relative passes away and you are in a public place do you:
a. let all your emotion out
b. fight back the tears and run to a quiet place
c. respond "I see.  I think I might need a cup of tea." and then internalise any pain and/or grief.

Oh crikey, Duff!   I tried answering myself a handful of the batches of questions on that site you gave on how to become a British national.  They aren't easy Qs are they?  Not a bit of it.   I did my level best and I failed miserably.  Failed?  I bombed!  I think I'd better emigrate to Bangladesh.

No wonder one of the unhappy applicants on the site posted this comment..."Tomorrow will my exam in Luton . Pray for me please . I just prictriceing 1-15 exam test . Allah help us inn shaa Allah."

Pray for him?  I wish him all the luck in the world.  I think he's going to need it.
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