You think you can pass the Life In The UK test?

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Grace019
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I thought this was difficult, I need to sit my test soon and practicing a lot.

I am getting 17+ most times.

How do you guys do? Could you pass the immigration test!? citizenpaper
http://citizenpaper.co.uk/life-in-the-uk-test/
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Nope, I get around 16 when I do the tests

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I can pass the first one, which is fortunate as a UK citizen. I did find some of the questions irrelevant and some badly written though.
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16. Failed.

Get me back on the boat.
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Between 19-22 for the four or five I did.
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I did the first 2 and got 14 on both :erm:
But I'm doubting the validity of the tests now, it marked me wrong on a question where the explanation agreed with my answer and it didn't show the correct answer. (Note how the question says WHICH TWO) Have I misread it?
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lol, it took me 4 minutes to solve one when before I've applied for naturalization. it's simple
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The test is incorrect.
17. QuestionWho is considered ineligible to do jury service?
  • Police
  • Anyone with a criminal conviction
  • Judges
  • Members of Parliament
At least in Scotland, and the question is not specific to England at all.
"The full list of those ineligible to serve on a jury will be listed in your citation. Those ineligible to serve on a jury include:-
  • constables of any police force, or
  • police cadets,
  • you are a Justice of the Supreme Court or the President or Deputy President of that Court;
  •  you are a Senator of the College of Justice;
  •  you are a sheriff;
  •  you are a Justice of the Peace;
  •  you are a stipendiary magistrate;
https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/scotland/law-and-rights/legal-system-s/taking-legal-action-s/jury-service-s/#h-who-is-ineligible-to-serve
http://www.scotcourts.gov.uk/docs/sc...t.pdf?sfvrsn=2

Another question, another incorrect question:
Which TWO are compulsory in the UK if you own an old car?
  • A valid MOT test certificate
  • Mortgage
  • Car insurance
  • Life insurance
None of the above is the correct answer. An MOT and car insurance are not required if you own a car if it's SORNed. An MOT and car insurance are required for the vehicle to be driven on the road.

Edit: Another question states your family cannot help you if you've suffering domestic violence.
Now no secretary of state is responsible for policing.
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I picked 5 pages randomly & got 20+ correct on each one. Some (educated) guess-timation was involved though.
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