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    Bottom line: If you don't know who directed Brief Encounter, one of the most quintessentially British films of all time (along with The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp), you don't deserve to live here!
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    It's not hard, so much of it as just general knowledge and just like any exam you just learn the exam if it actually matters, if not you learn a bit about British history.

    And it seems that wherever there is a question "where can you do this" the citizens advice bureau is an easy point

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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    It may be pointless, but it's not a guessing game. There's an official book which contains everything you need to know to pass this test. Anybody who studies for it can pass it with relative ease, no guesswork involved.
    You can can read the material study guide digitally instead of the book.
    http://citizenpaper.co.uk/life-in-the-uk-test/
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    Meh, I've done it last year.
    It's just reading the textbook and doing lots of mock tests.
    When it came to the actual test, half of the questions I've already seen before, so... :P
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    (Original post by Artur96)
    Meh, I've done it last year.
    It's just reading the textbook and doing lots of mock tests.
    When it came to the actual test, half of the questions I've already seen before, so... :P
    Congratulation for doing the test. Guessing you already passed and citizen now?
    Also did any of these questions came up on the exams.
    http://citizenpaper.co.uk/life-in-the-uk-test/
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    (Original post by Grace019)
    Congratulation for doing the test. Guessing you already passed and citizen now?
    Also did any of these questions came up on the exams.
    http://citizenpaper.co.uk/life-in-the-uk-test/
    Not a citizen yet.
    The questions are random for each candidate, AFAIK. But looking at the link you posted, I've seen those questions in the past.
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    (Original post by Grace019)
    Attachment 507829Take the test and see if your British enough! citizenpaper. co.uk
    If you fail the test YOUR NOT BRITISH 😝 MWAahaha
    It's actually hard. How do new comers even pass this??
    **** i failed that ****, now they have enough proof to send me back to home in the banana boat
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    (Original post by Artur96)
    Not a citizen yet.
    The questions are random for each candidate, AFAIK. But looking at the link you posted, I've seen those questions in the past.
    Do not just see the questions but work on those seriously. Even if you do not encounter with the exact questions during the actual test, most of them will be very similar. Solving past question papers always helps and this is applicable for almost every exam unless you are eyeing to join some secret service!
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    I guessed all of these and this is what I got 👍🏼
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    (Original post by TheThiefOfBagdad)
    (along with The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp)
    Would Emeric Pressburger have passed a Life in Britain test?
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    (Original post by nulli tertius)
    Would Emeric Pressburger have passed a Life in Britain test?
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