Canadian Citizenship Practice Test

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Canadian Citizenship Practice Test online- Part 1

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The organized legal system that governs Canada consists of written regulations meant to serve as guide for members of the public. They were generated by?

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What is the voting procedure in Canada?

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Canadian Government must respected every citizen’s legal rights?

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In which year did the plan been introduced to the Canada and Quebec Pension?

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Which court has the highest authority among the following?

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Which of the following deal with family disputes?

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What happened if one can't afford to have a lawyer in Canada when charged with a crime?

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The Canadian legal system applies to?

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Which is the fundamental characteristic of Canadian Heritage and identity?

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Who invented the worldwide system of Standard time zones?

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Municipal government is responsible for which of the following?

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Which two provinces produce more than three-quarters of Canadian manufactured goods?

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Our judicial system is founded on the presumption of innocence in criminal matters. This brings the meaning that everyone is innocent until?

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How long is the Lieutenant Governor appointed for?

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Which region or province, aside from Ontario, is home to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) as the provincial law enforcement agency?

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Which oceans line Canada's frontiers?

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It is the duty of the police to uphold the law and ensure that the public?

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The role to settle disputes, disagreements or conflicts will be the responsibility of?

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In the 1960s, Quebec experienced an era of rapid change. What is it called?

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The ancestors of the aboriginals are believed to have migrated from which of the following continents?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is a Canadian Citizen?

A person is a Canadian citizen if they were born in Canada or have met the legal requirements to be a citizen. This includes individuals who have applied and been granted citizenship after passing the necessary tests and meeting residency requirements

What is the Citizenship Test?

The citizenship test is part of the application process for becoming a Canadian citizen. It assesses the applicant’s knowledge of Canada, including its history, geography, government, laws, symbols, rights, and responsibilities of Canadian citizens. The test consists of 20 questions that are either multiple choice or true or false, and it is conducted in English or French

What is the Citizenship Exam?

The Citizenship Exam is another term for the Citizenship Test. It is used to evaluate an applicant’s understanding of Canada and the responsibilities of being a Canadian citizen.

When is the Citizenship Test Date?

After receiving an invitation, applicants must complete the test within 30 days of the start date mentioned in the invitation. They have up to 3 chances to take the test during this 30-day period.

What is the Citizenship Study Guide?

The Citizenship Study Guide is an official resource provided by Citizenship and Immigration Canada at no cost. It is used by applicants to prepare for the citizenship test. The guide contains information about the history of Canada, how the government works, symbols of Canada, and its regions.

What is Discover Canada?

Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship is the official study guide for the Canadian citizenship test. It is available in multiple formats including online, PDF, audio, or eBook. It is always free and can be ordered as a paper copy.

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Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship is used by newcomers to study for the citizenship test. It also contains information about the history of Canada, how our government works, symbols of Canada and its regions.

Whether you have to take the test or go to the interview depends on your age and application.

Your age and situationTake the testGo to the interview
Adult 18 to 54 years of ageYesWe may invite you to an interview
Adult 55 and overNoWe may invite you to an interview
Minor under 18 with a Canadian parent or a parent applying at the same timeNoNo, except in some cases
Minor 14 to 17 without a Canadian parent or a parent applying at the same timeNoWe may invite you to an interview
Minor under 14 without a Canadian parent or a parent applying at the same timeNoNo, except in some cases
Test ComponentDetails
Test Content– Questions about the rights and responsibilities of Canadian citizens – Canada’s history, geography, economy, government, laws, and symbols
 – 20 questions, either multiple choice or true or false
 – Available in English or French
Test Duration45 minutes
Passing ScoreAt least 15 out of 20 questions must be answered correctly to pass the test.
Test Format– Most applicants will be invited to take the citizenship test online.
 – Accommodations for accessibility or other reasons may include:
 – Inviting the applicant to take the test on Microsoft Teams
 – Offering an in-person test
 – Providing the test in a different format

 

Test FormatProcedure
Online Test1. Read the online test tutorial. 2. Ensure you have the necessary requirements, including: – Required identifications (IDs) – Compatible browsers and devices – Proper location to take the test 3. After receiving the invitation, take the online test at your convenience. 4. You have 30 calendar days to complete the test (refer to your invitation for specific dates). 5. Within this 30-day period, you have up to 3 attempts to pass the online test. For example, if you fail the test the first time, you have 2 more attempts. 6. If you fail the test 3 times, you’ll be invited to a hearing with a citizenship official.
Microsoft Teams or In Person Test– If accommodation is requested, you may be invited to take the test on Microsoft Teams or in person. Refer to the instructions in your test invitation for details. – You have up to 3 attempts to pass the test. For instance, failing the test the first time allows for a maximum of 2 additional attempts. – Failing the test 3 times leads to an invitation to a hearing with a citizenship official.

 

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