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Taking the Life in UK Test


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This is the most awaited day in your life. Today, you are going to take the Life in UK Test. Are you prepared? Do not let your nervousness get in the way of acing the Life in UK exam! If this is your first time here is a rundown of essential information in taking the Life in UK test.


Be sure that you are prepared for the following information such as your full name, date of birth, nationality, country and place of birth, postcode, Home Office reference, and your purpose for taking the test because the test supervisor will record these as soon as you step foot in the test room. After confirming the records, he will inspect your photographic ID and payment for your exam (if you have not paid yet). After completing the first part of the process, a computer will be assigned to you. The test supervisor will give you the instructions on how to log on to the computer. Before taking the Life in UK test, a warm up or practice test will be given. The result of this practice exam will not influence in any way the result of your Life in the UK test. Just relax and be attentive as the test supervisor signals to start the exam proper and the how long you have to finish it.


The official reference and resource of the Life in UK exam is the second edition of the handbook entitled ‘Life in the United Kingdom: A Journey to Citizenship". The handbook can be bought at the Stationery Office. All answers in the test can be found here. However it would be better if you will be able to focus on these topics like migration, population, women and children rights, religion and moral standards, dialect and language of regions, politics, housing needs, education and labor. These can be found in chapters 2,3,4,5 and 6 of the handbook. So study these chapters carefully. Be prepared as well to learn crucial information about the part of the UK you live in because the test will also cover some questions about it.

If you have any other reference beside from the official handbook, a careful consideration must be taken first. Some are not approved and can lead to total misinformation. Many were even victimized to memorize answers to questions that are fake and so different from the one in the test. Although the test can be retaken without limitations, an appropriate guide will save you from wasting your money, time and effort.

How long does the test last?

There will be 24 questions in the exam. A total of 45 minutes will be provided in order to complete answering each question. Use your time well. Do not rush because this may only lead you to more mistakes. Always remember that even if you did not make it this time, you have another chance. Examinees who have certain medical conditions will be given time extension. A medical certificate should be provided when you book your test.

UK immigration rules are becoming more and more complicated by the day. Stop delaying ! Take the Life in the UK exam now and take control of your future. Life in the UK test secrets revealed here at Life in the UK test and Life in the UK exam


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