Who’s Qualified to Take the Canadian Citizenship Test?

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.