Canadian Citizenship Practice Test Part 8
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Frequently Asked Questions about Canadian Citizenship Test
The Canadian Citizenship Test is a test that assesses an individual’s knowledge of Canadian laws, society, and values. It is required for those applying for Canadian citizenship.
The questions on the test cover various aspects of Canadian life, including its history, geography, government and politics, economy, and cultural diversity.
The test consists of 20 multiple-choice questions, and the applicant must answer at least 15 of them correctly to pass.
Yes, the test is available in multiple languages, including English and French.
The passing grade for the test is 75%, meaning the applicant must answer at least 15 of the 20 questions correctly.
Yes, the test can be retaken if the applicant fails. There is no limit to the number of times the test can be taken.
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Study for the test
Use our official study guide, Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship, to study for your test. You can start studying for the test at any time.Canadian Citizenship
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Taking the test
The test is:
- in English or French
- 30 minutes long
- 20 questions
- multiple-choice and true or false questions
You need to get 15 correct answers to pass the test.
Your test is usually written but may be oral. A citizenship official may decide on test day that you will have an oral test instead of a written one. We base the type of test on a number of things. Canadian Citizenship For example, if you have trouble reading and writing in English or French, you’ll have an oral test. Canadian Citizenship An oral test is given by a citizenship official at a hearing.
What happens if you don’t pass your first test
If you don’t pass your first written test, Canadian Citizenship but meet the other requirements for citizenship, we will schedule you for a second test. The second test usually takes place 4 to 8 weeks after the first test, but it may be longer.
If you don’t pass your second test, we’ll send you a notice telling you to attend a hearing with a citizenship official. The hearing: Canadian Citizenship
- will last 30 to 90 minutes
- may be in person or by videoconference
- may be used to assess one or more requirements for citizenship, for example:
- knowledge of Canada
If you don’t pass the test after 3 tries, we’ll refuse your application. You can re-apply to try again Canadian Citizenship