Canadian Citizenship Test 2019
Offering a free practice test to help you get ready for the Canadian Citizenship test. The test consists of 10 separate section, and each section has 25 questions. The questions vary in difficulty, and there are several questions that pertain to Toronto. It is important to note that this is not the actual Canadian Citizenship test, but the questions are designed to help you build your knowledge and efficiently prepare for the real test. In order to become a Canadian citizen, passing this test is mandatory.
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Canadian Citizenship Test in Audio Format
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The first step in preparing for your citizenship test lies in setting an appointment. A day and time will be automatically chosen for you soon after you sign up.
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Canadian Citizenship Practice Test
Since 2006, APNA Toronto has been providing trusted resources for individuals interested in obtaining citizenship in Canada. We are proud to offer an updated and current Canadian Citizenship Practice Test to assist you in best preparing for the test and interview required to become a citizen. At APNA Toronto, we are committed to providing extensive and valuable resources to aid our readers in finding the information they need.
In Depth Canadian Citizenship Test Questions
We offer a comprehensive range of Canadian citizenship test questions so you will be adequately prepared when it is time to take your exam. The test consists of 10 sections, each one featuring 25 separate questions. Each question has its own difficulty level, and there are many questions which pertain directly to Toronto. We have compiled these practice questions to aid you in preparing for your citizenship exam.
Although the test we provide on our website is not the actual Canadian Citizenship test, the questions are specifically engineered to help you efficiently build your knowledge while preparing for the actual test. Our practice test has been recently updated for the year 2019 based on the new study guide entitled “Discover Canada”. There are 10 individual sections with 25 questions each.
For more information about the resources, we offer, kindly browse the various sections of our website. We look forward to providing you with the valuable information you need to help you best prepare for becoming a Canadian citizen.
The test consists of 10 separate section, and each section has 25 questions based on the new study guide "Discover Canada". The questions vary in difficulty, and there are several questions that pertain to Toronto, Ontario.
Canadian Citizenship Test: Frequently Asked Questions:
The steps that one should take if you failed to attend the test will depend on if we sent you the following.
A. I Received My First Notice to Write The Citizenship Test
If it was the first instance you were required to write this test, you can:
-Contact to inform us that you missed this test or,
-Wait and be automatically rescheduled for another test date.
B. I Was Sent a Final Notice to Do the Test, but A Missed It
You must inform us within 30 days of the date for the test if you:
-Missed, the first test.
-Was sent a final notice to do the test, and
-Missed it too.
C. You Failed the First Test and Was Scheduled To Do another Test
You must inform us within thirty days of the scheduled test date if you:
-Failed the Canadian citizenship test when you took it the first time,
-Was expected to write another time and
-Missed the set date.
Anybody between the ages of 18-54 years at the time of applying is qualified to take the citizenship test. The test is used to determine if one has enough knowledge of Canada and the privileges that come with being a citizen.
If you are above 55 years at the time of applying, you don’t have to take this test. However, if you happen to turn 55 years as the application is being processed, you can still have the test if you were below 55 years when signing your application.
The test covers various subjects and topics, which are found in the study guide titled Discover Canada: the (rights and responsibilities) of citizenship. You should make sure you study the guide as you prepare for the test. On the actual test, you can expect questions such as:
The ideas and facts that Discover Canada presents;
Your knowledge about Canada’s history, institutions, values, and history;
And the responsibilities and rights that being a citizen present.
Yes, it has questions that can help you prepare for the citizenship test.
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The time it takes between submitting the application and doing the Canadian citizenship test varies depending on individual applications. For instance, it varies depending on the processing times and different cases.
We will send you an email to let you know about the location and time of the test. It’s the official confirmation that you will take the citizenship test.
You should ensure you check the CLIENT APPLICATION STATUS service to know when your notice is mailed.
If you move your location, you should make sure you inform us. Update your current address online.
If you require fast processing, you should check if you qualify.
Yes. If one is not available on the time and date of the appointment, you can write a letter with reasons why you can’t attend. You should send it the IRCC office that you were to make the appointment. You can send the letter by mail, using the Web form or online. Your meeting can be rescheduled to a different date.
If you aren’t able to attend the appointment, you should contact us within a specific period. The notice that is sent when you are being invited will inform you the period that you should contact us. You should use the Web form to explain why you missed the appointment. Remember that failure to do this will lead to the closing of your application. You will need to apply again and pay the necessary fees.
You will receive the results of the test just after you take it.
If you pass the test and meet the requirements of being a citizen, you may receive the citizenship ceremony date at the same period that you receive the results. If we fail to provide you with the date, you will receive a letter that informs you the time and date of the ceremony. You can also obtain the letter 2 to 4 weeks before the actual ceremony. The event will usually take place within 6 months after you pass the citizenship test.
If you don’t pass the test in the first instance, you can choose to write it again. If you pass it on the second try, you will receive a letter by email or date, just as you would have received it during the first exam.
If you're required to attend a hearing with the citizenship judge or officer, you will be notified by a letter after the interview. It will inform you if the judge or officer has provided you with citizenship and the date of the ceremony.
If you fail to pass the test but meet the other requirements of the citizenship criteria, we can provide you with a second chance to do the test. It will in most instances, take place after four to eight months after you do the first test. However, the delay may take longer. If you don’t have the time to take the test on the particular date, you should ensure you inform us.
If you fail to pass the second test, we'll send you another notice which will tell you to appear for another hearing with the citizenship officer. During the interview, the official will examine whether you meet the requirements of getting citizenship. During the face-to-face meeting, the officer may ask you whether;
Have enough knowledge about Canada and the privileges and responsibilities of being a citizen;
Ask you questions about your Canada residency and if you have enough knowledge of the French or English language.
If you' re required to attend an interview, but you applied to become a Canadian citizen along with your family through sending applications with one envelope, the application will be processed differently with that of your family unless you need them to be prepared together.
Yes. If you can’t be available on the time and date to meet with the citizenship judge or officer as needed when applying for citizenship, you must make sure you inform the office where you were to appear. You will also need to provide the reasons why you can’t be able to appear.
The notice, which will ask you to appear, will have the details of:
How you should notify the office.
What happens if you fail to attend the hearing?
Either the notice will arrive by paper notice in the usual mail or the email address that you provided on the application form.
The hearing will last 30 to 90 minutes. After the interview, the officer will ask you some questions orally to determine whether you meet the requirements of being a citizen of Canada. After the hearing, you will be sent a letter providing you with the results.
If you pass the interview, the letter you inform you the date of the ceremony for receiving your citizenship.
However, if you fail to pass the interview, your application for citizenship will be refused.