Could You Become a British Citizen? Take the Test Here!
Ever thought of yourself as a bit of a Brit? Do you like James Bond, Monty Python and cups of tea? For anyone looking to move to Britain, you must take a 45 minute test to assess how familiar you are with the island and its rich culture. The new government has made some changes to the test, which according to Sky News, “Will focus less on the practicalities of daily living in Britain and more on the nation’s culture and past, with topics such as sport, music and key historical facts featuring heavily.”
You can take the full sample test here, or do a quick 10 question test below (painstakingly re-coded by The Daily Banter staff, where we’ve added an assessment of how British you are when viewing your results):
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Which landmark is a prehistoric monument which still stands in the English county of Wiltshire?
What is the name of the admiral who died in a sea battle in 1805 and has a monument in Trafalgar Square, London?
In 1801, a new version of the official flag of the United Kingdom was created. What is it often called?
The British Standard
The Royal Banner
The St George Cross
The Union Jack
Who is the Patron Saint of Scotland?
What flower is traditionally worn by people on Remembrance Day?
Which of these sporting events was hosted in London in 2012?
The Commonwealth Games
Cricket World Cup
European Football Championship
At her Jubilee in 2012, how many years as Queen did Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrate?
The second largest party in the House of Commons is usually known by what name?
The Other Side
From what age can you be asked to serve on a jury?
What is the title given to the person who chairs the debates in the House of Commons?
The Leader of the House
The Prime Minister