Canadian Citizenship Test
ABOUT THE CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP TEST
According to the CIC website, applicants who are 18‒54 years of age are required to demonstrate an adequate knowledge of Canada and of the responsibilities and privileges of citizenship through a citizenship knowledge test in either English or French
The citizenship test is usually a written test, but it could be an interview. You will be tested on two basic requirements for citizenship: 1) knowledge of Canada and of the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, and 2) adequate knowledge of English or French.
The actual test lasts for 30 minutes and contains 20 multiple choice questions. Applicants for citizenship must answer at least 15 (75%) questions correctly to pass the test.
Free-citizenship-test.musitrature.com provides you free citizenship questions and quizzes in the form of sample practice tests to help you get ready for the Canadian Citizenship test. The practice tests consist of three levels: 1. Basic 2. Intermediate, and 3. Advanced.
Each level contains four practice tests. There are 18 practices that include more than 360 citizenship questions. The questions vary in difficulty, usually from easy to hard from level to level. All the questions are set to help you learn about Canada and efficiently prepare for the real test because in order to become a Canadian citizen, passing this test is mandatory.
It is recommended that you study the CIC’s “Discover Canada” booklet first and then test your knowledge by completing the three-level practices given below. You can find the booklet when you click the above link.
We look forward to offering you the valuable information you need to help you best prepare to become a Canadian citizen.
Click the following levels one by one and start your practice.
Canadian Citizenship Practice Test: Basic level
Canadian Citizenship Practice Test: Intermediate level
Canadian Citizenship Practice Test: Advanced level