Contains 400 questions and answers to help you prepare for your the Life in the UK citizenship test. This practice book includes: multiple sample tests containing 24 questions each; and information about how to prepare successfully for your citizenship test including details about the official preparation material.
The Life in the UK Test, set by the Home Office, has to be taken and passed by anyone applying for naturalisation as a British citizen or applying for indefinite leave to remain, provided they meet all the other requirements. It is taken online at 90 official test centres around the country all through the year. It consists of multiple choice questions based on life in the UK. How to Pass the Life in the UK Test provides unbeatable preparation for the test. Over 600 questions cover the five key topic areas with another 144 questions in practice tests. It includes an introductory test to check your current knowledge, five chapters of UK life type questions, a section of carefully grouped questions that will help with your learning and identify weak areas and five more confidence building tests of 24 questions similar to the actual Life in the UK Test to check your new knowledge. There are appendices at the end of the book which will help you to revise important facts before you sit the test.
Over 800 multiple choice and true / false questions based on chapters 2-6 of the official Home Office study material. The questions use the same format as the questions that you will find in the official test and appear in the same order as the topics appear in the official study material. A worthwhile companion to the Interactive Practice Tests & Citizenship Study Guide on CD-ROM ISBN 978-0-9554853-1-2.
Uses poststructuralist theory to connect inclusion, exclusion and identity, using real-world case studies from British culture, politics and lawLasse Thomassen applies a fresh, poststructuralist approach to reconcile the theoretical and practical issues surrounding inclusion, exclusion and representation. He opens up debates and themes including Britishness, race, the nature and role of Islam in British society, homelessness and social justice. Thomassen argues that the politics of inclusion and identity should be viewed as struggles over how these identities are represented. He develops this argument through careful analysis of cases from the last four decades of British multiculturalism, including public debates about the role of religion in British society, Gordon Brown and David Cameron's contrasting versions of Britishness, legal cases about religious symbols and clothing in schools, and the Nick Hornby novel How to Be Good.
The digital edition of the leading independent series includes the complete testable materials from Life in the United Kingdom: A Guide for New Residents, the official Home Office materials. Also included are 288 practice questions and expert study advice and diagrams. In addition, purchasers get a free subscription to online tests at www.lifeintheuk.net. Everything you need to pass the test with confidence in one book.
Includes chapters 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 from the Home Office’sLife in the United Kingdom book. This fully updated edition of The British Citizenship TestFor Dummies covers all the most up to date information thatyou need to know to pass the latest UK Government’s Life inthe UK test – valid for tests taken after April 2007. With anin-depth coverage of the nation’s history, culture, customsand educational, political and social institutions, and over 300questions to practice on, this is the perfect helping hand on yourway to becoming a British citizen. The British Citizenship Test For Dummies 2ndEdition covers: Part I: Deciding to Stay in the UK. Part II: Getting to Know the Immigration and CitizenshipPlayers. Part III: Taking Care of Immigration and CitizenshipPaperwork. Part IV: Taking the Citizenship Test. Part V: Troubleshooting Your Application. Part VI: Reaping the Rewards of Citizenship. Part VII: Ten Helpful For Dummies Books. Appendix A: Revision Material for the Life in the UKTest. Appendix B: Sample Questions and Answers for the Life in theUK Test. Index
ATTENTION: An updated version of this book is out in May 2019! Check that you have the latest edition. Quite simply the ONLY book you need to pass the Life in the UK Test. It includes everything you need in just the one eBook. You do not need to buy anything else. Key features: The complete Official Material, to cover everything you need to know Lists to help you with these sneaky last minute revision 10 complete tests to the official standard Learn effectively With this book, you not only receive the entire official material to study, but you also get lists of Kings and Queens, main historical characters, Key dates etc. Practice and build your confidence With 10 complete tests using the official standard of questions, you have ample material to revise, challenge your growing knowledge and ensure you are ready for the test. I am confident that with this single book, you are well equipped to absolutely succeed first time you visit the test centre.