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This online edition of the official handbook - Life in the United Kingdom: A guide for new residenst" contains all the information that you need to pass the official. There is also some information about the format of the Life in the UK Test and the The questions you get in the real test will be based on the whole book. This is the online edition of the official Life in the UK Test book published by the Home Office – Life in the United Kingdom: A Guide for New Residents, 3rd.
Summary Notes Chapter 1: The values and principles of the UK In this chapter you will learn about the fundamental rights and responsibilities which apply to everyone who lives in the UK, citizen or not. There is also some information about the format of the Life in the UK Test and the requirements for becoming a permanent resident. The questions you get in the real test will be based on the whole book, including this introductory chapter so make sure that you are familiar with the details of the application process for permanent residence as well as the rights and responsibilities of UK residents. We are proud of our record of welcoming new migrants who will add to the diversity and dynamism of our national life. Applying to become a permanent resident or citizen of the UK is an important decision and commitment. You will be agreeing to accept the responsibilities which go with permanent residence and to respect the laws, values and traditions of the UK. Good citizens are an asset to the UK.
Choose a test session 3. Pay for your test. You can book as many tests as you like, but all tests booked through your account must be for you. Where are the test questions taken from? What to expect when you arrive at the test centre This is based on my experience today: 28 September My test was at , I arrived at the test centre at , 10 minutes earlier than the 15 minutes they recommend.
I took a seat with the other people in the room who were taking the test. The room was full — of approximately 20 seats there were 5 available. Staff asked for my identification and found me on their printed sheet of paper.
They told me where the toilet was and that there was drinking water in the corner of the room. I was given a number and laminated information sheet explaining the test-taking process and that I should turn off my phone and any electronic devices.
I read the information and handed the sheet back. Five minutes passed and my number was called. I went into a small room and was asked by one staff member for my registered form of identification and proof of address. I registered with a passport so gave this to the staff member. I was asked my full name, date of birth, nationality, place of birth and post code. This information was checked against the information I registered with and my passport.
Be very careful when booking your test and make sure your information is correct. It is not the same, THIS is a biometric residence permit.
And this is an Australian passport, the identification I used to book the test the second time. Can you spot the difference? I think I saw this option and thought it was a stronger form of identification than a passport. This is stupid as all forms of accepted ID are equally valid. Here are the current accepted forms of identification.
The details you register with must match. If you have a middle name on your passport, enter your middle name when you book your test. Once my details were verified, I was told to write my signature on a sheet of paper. If you bring a bag, staff ask you to place it in a locker. I was told my bag was too large for a locker, so I was allowed to take it into the test room, but told to put it on a desk far away from my computer.
In the test room I was shown to a desk, with a computer. We were told to place our ID on our desks.
I sat at my desk and waited as other people who had booked the same session time filled the room. Five minutes before the test was to start we were told there would be a practice test we could take, consisting of 4 questions.
This would make us familiar with the test software and see how to go to the next question, or jump to previous questions etc. Instructions for how to answer questions are printed and displayed on the privacy wall of your desk also. We were told to turn off all electronic devices.
When we finished we were to raise our hand. A staff member would give us a number and we would wait in the reception for our result and hopefully have a smile on our faces because we passed : A few minutes went by and it was time to take the practice test. They logged into the software and once again verified our details from our ID: name, date of birth and something else.
We were told to press a button to verify this information was correct. I then took the 4 question test and practiced jumping to previous questions.
I got 4 out of 4 questions correct and found the interface easy to use. I pressed it and started my official test. This means you can get 6 questions wrong and still pass. I studied a lot for the test. It took me five minutes to answer the 24 questions. I was certain of the answers to most of the questions. I jumped to the start and re-read each question carefully making sure my answers were correct.
I then focused on the two choices and thought about which one made logical sense and if there was anything about the question or answer which made one answer more likely. I had 36 minutes remaining.
I raised my hand and was given a number 3. At least 6 questions were from book knowledge, most common sense, and the rest from the app.
The app helps tremendously to increase your knowledge tenfold. But it won't let you pass the test with it alone. It's not like the driving test apps.
You've been warned. Hence my 3 star review. As an app, and starting place to practice, though, it is ace. I read all the reviews a night before to my exams and by the time i knew that i will not pass with this app, while i supposed to rest for the exam i had to stay awake the whole day and revise from a online website. I managed to cover all online exams within 8 to 9 hours. I did my exam and not a single question came from this app. I was lucky that i spotted that out and passed my exam thanks to the online website.