The Australian citizenship test is designed to assess whether you have an adequate knowledge of Australia and the responsibilities and privileges of citizenship. The citizenship test is also designed to assess whether you have a basic knowledge of the English language. The citizenship test is a computer based multiple choice test in English and consists of 20 questions drawn at random from a pool of questions. To pass the test, you must answer 75 per cent correctly. By passing the citizenship test, you will have shown that you understand the commitment you are making by taking the Australian Citizenship Pledge.
Which of the following is Australia’s largest city?
British and Irish heritage has:
- Had a major influence on Australia
- Had minor influence in Australia
- No influence in Australia
Which of the following is Australia’s smallest mainland state?
- South Australia
What does equality under the law means for Australians?
- Everyone earns the equal amount of money, regardless of race or ethnicity
- People of other race or ethnicity should not be discriminated against
- People can be treated differently depending on their race
- White Australians get more benefits under the Australian Law
Australia’s national flower is:
- Red rose
- Gymea lily
- White wattle
- Golden wattle
How was Australia organized before 1901?
- By 6 self-governing Aboriginal groups
- By 6 self-governing British colonies
- By 6 British colonies that governed each other
Aboriginal culture is:
- A new culture in both Australia and the world
- The same as many other indigenous cultures
- The oldest discontinued indigenous culture in the world
- The oldest continuing indigenous culture in the world
The indigenous people of Australia share:
- Common beliefs
- Common traditions
- The same language
- 1 and 2
When did the European settlement in Australia start?
Which of the following is true about freedom of association in Australia?
- Australians cannot hold any protests against the government
- Australians are required to get the approval from the Queen before holding any protests
- Australians can hold protests only in poor economic times
- As long as they act legally, Australians can protest against the government