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British Citizenship Test Study Guide






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British Citizenship practice test is a mock test designed to prepare a candidate for the actual test. Much practice is required to pass the British Citizenship test in one sitting. Even though there is no limit on the number of times you can take the test until you pass it, the time and money you have to invest each time can be expensive. Therefore, it is recommended that you take not just one British Citizenship practice test but as many as possible with different sources.

Most sources that offer the British Citizenship practice test design it based on the actual test and the handbook from which the actual test questions are derived. The practice questions have the same difficulty or sometimes more difficulty to help you finish the actual test successfully in the given or less than the given time. They also help you overcome the fear or anxiety of sitting for the test.

There are free tests and paid packages for you to prepare for the test. In most cases, the free tests are a way for you to experience how helpful the paid packages are going to be. Some even offer the option of preparing by the chapter, letting you concentrate on the aspects that you find difficult to learn and remember. In any form, British Citizenship practice test is as important as the actual test.

Are you working hard to get British Citizenship? Don’t worry at all. We are here to help you with your preparation. We have come up with a comprehensive 'British Citizenship Practice Test'. It will definitely be helpful for you in passing the actual ‘British Citizenship Test' easily.

If you have enough knowledge about the UK, its history, culture, citizens, administrative rules and regulations then no one can stop you from securing 75% in the test. As it is mandatory for the aspirants to answer at least 18 questions correctly out of total 24 questions in the test, we have designed our British Citizenship Practice Test in such a way that the candidate will feel competent enough before appearing the original test.

  • any place that an immigration office may use to conduct his duties
  • any airport in the United Kingdom
  • in a specifically allocated control zone or any 'supplementary control zone'
  • any designated holding facility that is short-term in nature
  • police stations
  • any hospital in the UK
  • a young offender institution
  • remand center or prison
  • Campsfield House Immigration Removal Centre
  • Tinsley House Immigration Removal Centre
  • Gatwick Airport, West Sussex
  • Oakington Reception Centre
  • Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre
  • Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre
  • Dungavel House Immigration Removal Centre
  • Lindholme Immigration Removal Centre
  • Haslar Immigration Removal Centre
  • Dover Immigration Removal Centre
  • Colnbrook Immigration Removal Centre
  • Brook House Immigration Removal Centre
  • Any mobile detention facility that may be a vehicle and is adapt for that use

When this particular act was brought in, the Immigration Direction 2008 (Places of Detention) Act was revoked