TEST YOURSELF: Can You Pass The UK Citizenship Test?
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1. Which landmark is a prehistoric monument which still stands in the English county of Wiltshire?

 
 
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2. What is the name of the admiral who died in a sea battle in 1805 and has a monument in Trafalgar Square, London?

 
 
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3. In 1801, a new version of the official flag of the United Kingdom was created. What is it often called?

 
 
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4. Who is the patron saint of Scotland?

 
 
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5. What flower is traditionally worn by people on Remembrance Day?

 
 
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6. Which of these sporting events was hosted in London in 2012?

 
 
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7. At her jubilee in 2012, how many years as queen did Queen Elizabeth II celebrate?

 
 
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8. The second largest party in the House of Commons is usually known by what name?

 
 
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9. From what age can you be asked to serve on a jury?

 
 
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10. Catherine Howard was the sixth wife of Henry VIII.

 
 
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11. What is the title given to the person who chairs the debates in the House of Commons?

 
 
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12. When was the first Union flag created?

 
 
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13. Which is the current party with most seats in the House of Commons?

 
 
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14. The London Eye is situated on the southern bank of the River ______.

 
 
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15. 18 Year olds can vote in general elections.

 
 
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16. People cannot apply to join the civil service through an application process, like other jobs in the UK.

 
 
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17. Who built the Tower of London?

 
 
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18. Wales united with England during the reign of Henry VIII.

 
 
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19. Which record tells us about England during the time of William I?

 
 
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20. When walking your dog in a public place, what must you ensure?

 
 
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21. Which county is the town Morecambe in?

 
 
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22. How many museums are there in the UK?

 
 
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23. How many people live in Warwickshire?

 
 
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24. What is the longest river in the UK?

 
 
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25. How many monarchs have ruled England and Britain?

 
 
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26. Which city was voted as a European capital of culture in 2008?

 
 
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27. In which sport did England win the World Cup in 2003?

 
 
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28. How many football World Cups have England won?

 
 
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29. How old is the current Queen Elizabeth?

 
 
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30. How many counties are there in England?

 
 
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31. What colour is the British passport officially?

 
 
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32. If you were to get a new passport at the age of 25, at what age would you need to get a new one?

 
 
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33. What is the biggest national park in the UK?

 
 
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34. How old do you have to be to buy a bottle of beer from a UK shop?

 
 
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35. How old do you have to be to drive in the UK?

 
 
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36. What is the youngest age you can get a part time job in the UK?

 
 
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37. How many people live in the UK?

 
 
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38. What is the UK’s biggest bank note?

 
 
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39. What is the UK’s second biggest city in terms of population?

 
 
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40. What is the UK dialing code?

 
 
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The ultimate UK citizenship test!

Welcome to our version of the UK citizenship test. Be warned this is extremely difficult and it will make you think twice about how much knowledge you actually have about our great nation. This will test your knowledge on all things UK. From rivers and counties to sport and history this quiz covers everything. 40 tricky questions in a multiple choice format (thank god), have a go and see how you do. This is only passable for the most patriotic and intellectual.

 

Do you have what it takes?

We are looking for at least 30 as a pass mark, otherwise, you are lucky to be born in this country, because you wouldn’t be passing any citizenship tests to get in. Above 35 and you clearly take pride in your country and have brilliant knowledge of its areas and history.

Can you remember the age in which you were able to go to the pub for a beer? Or happen to know how many monarchs have ruled in the UK in its history? Either way, there is going to be some questions that you know and some you simply struggle with. Share this post with your friends and work colleagues to compare scores and compete against each other. Who has the greater knowledge about their own nation? And who is left completely embarrassed by their lack of knowledge about a subject we all consider ourselves to be experts in? Be sure to let us know!

Go on then, have a go and see how you score… You know everything about the UK right?