RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITIZENSHIP

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Question 1
What status do the rights of Aboriginal Peoples have in the Canadian constitution?
A
They are subordinate to it
B
They cannot be overruled by it
C
They are not mentioned
D
They have equal status with the constitution
Question 2
Canadians have a right to live and work…?
A
Anywhere in Canada
B
Within 250 miles of where they were born
C
In the town of their birth
D
In the province of their birth
Question 3
Voting in elections in Canada is…?
A
Compulsory
B
Unimportant
C
A responsibility
D
Pointless
Question 4
Canada subscribes to the principle of habeas corpus. What does this mean?
A
The state has the right to imprison you at any time
B
Your rights are less important than the rights of the state
C
The state has ultimate power over your body
D
You can’t be unlawfully imprisoned by the state
Question 5
Which of these religions has greater rights in Canada?
A
Judaism
B
Christianity
C
They are all equal
D
Islamism
Question 6
Who helps keep Canada’s north safe?
A
RCMP
B
The Canadian Forces
C
OPP
D
The Canadian Rangers
Question 7
What does the Canadian constitution say about multiculturalism?
A
It should be ignored
B
It should be celebrated
C
It doesn’t exist
D
It should be discouraged
Question 8
It is regarded as the responsibility of a Canadian citizen to…?
A
Earn as much as possible
B
Mind your own business
C
Look out for number one
D
Help others
Question 9
What is the name of the military in Canada?
A
Canadian Federal Police
B
The Canadian Forces
C
RCMP
D
OPP
Question 10
Which of these is above Canadian law?
A
Aboriginal peoples
B
Religious groups
C
Politicians
D
None of them
Question 11
Under Canadian law, men and women are equal…?
A
Except in matters of religion
B
Except in matters of employment
C
Unless they are married
D
In all circumstances
Question 12
What status do the French and English languages have in the Canadian constitution?
A
They are equal
B
French is more important
C
It isn’t mentioned
D
English is more important
Question 13
Canada is personified by…?
A
The sovereign
B
The Maple Leaf
C
The Prime Minister
D
The people
Question 14
To become a Canadian citizen you must have adequate knowledge of English or French if you are between the ages of…?
A
16 – 62
B
14 – 84
C
18 – 54
D
12 – 75
Question 15
Forced marriage is permitted in Canada…?
A
In certain provinces
B
If it took place abroad
C
Under no circumstances
D
For certain religions
Question 16
The protection of Canada’s environment is the responsibility of whom?
A
Provincial governments
B
All citizens
C
The national government
D
The aboriginal peoples
Question 17
Which of these is not a source of Canadian law?
A
US federal law
B
Laws passed by Parliament and the provincial legislatures
C
English common law
D
The French civil code
Question 18
To whom do you swear allegiance in the Canadian oath of citizenship?
A
The Canadian people
B
Prime Minister of Canada
C
The Sovereign (Queen or King)
D
The Canadian flag
Question 19
In 1982, the Canadian constitution was amended to include the…?
A
Canadian Charter of Crime and Punishment
B
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
C
Canadian Charter of Citizens’ Responsibility
D
Canadian Charter of National Allegiance
Question 20
Which of these is part of the responsibility of a citizen?
A
To work hard
B
To salute the Canadian flag
C
To show respect for the Prime Minister
D
To attend national events
Question 21
Jury service in Canada is…?
A
Optional
B
Non-existent
C
Compulsory
D
Carried out by professionals
Question 22
Which of these is not enshrined in Canadian law?
A
Freedom of peaceful assembly
B
Freedom of association
C
Freedom to disobey the law
D
Freedom of speech
Question 23
Military service in Canada is…?
A
Applauded
B
Looked down on
C
Compulsory
D
Non-existent
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Practical Methods By Using Canadian Citizenship Test Preparation Tools

Those who wish to secure Canadian citizenship have to pass the Canadian citizenship test. This test is relatively easy compared to other tests that you have taken at schools or employers’ offices before. To pass, you only need to use general knowledge. Still, don’t be overconfident but prepare thoroughly instead.

Ready yourself with this article that talks about Canadian citizenship test preparation. You’ll find this article helpful because it provides you with links to study materials. With that said, let’s cut the introductions and start the discussion.

What You Have To Prepare For: Coverage of the Canadian Citizenship Test

Canadian Citizenship Test Preparation The Canadian Citizenship Test is short and, you’ll finish it quickly. However, what’s tricky about it is that its questions in one particular year aren’t repeated in the next. Therefore, figuring it out based on the experiences of previous examinees might be impossible.

Though they never stay the same, the questions in the Canadian Citizenship Test never steer away from these subjects:

  • Rights and Responsibilities as A Canadian Citizen
  • The Canadian Government
  • History of Canada
  • Canada’s National Symbols
  • Canada’s Geography
  • Canada’s Suffrage
  • Canada’s Electoral System
  • Canada’s Economy
  • Canada’s Justice System
  • Canada’s Regions

How To Prepare For The Canadian Citizenship Test?

Get A Copy of Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship

Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship is the official and comprehensive study guide that will help you prepare for the Canadian Citizenship Test. It gives all the useful information for you to easily answer the questions of the Canadian Citizenship Test that falls under the abovementioned subjects.

Since the Canadian government believes in the equal treatment of all, the aforementioned study guide is available in HTML, MP3, AND PDF formats.

Get the HTML version if you want to immediately view Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship right now. On the other hand, download the PDF version if you want a copy to read later. The 2-hour long MP3 version is what you need if you can’t read well due to existing physical conditions or any other reasons.

By the way, the study guide is available as print material. The printed copy is useful if you’re not fond of using devices for studying. Follow these steps to order it online.

  1. Click this link that will take you to the smp.gilmore.ca
  2. Click on the citizenship tab (the first box on the left). After doing this, the website will take you to the items page
  3. After going to the items page, all that’s left for you to do is choose between the English or French version of the study guide then nominate how many to get

(Important note: Due to the sheer number of other people ordering aside from you, it might take weeks or months for the printed copy to reach your doorsteps).

Ordering Discover Canada: Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship online is a bit bothersome since the webpage of Gilmore isn’t intuitive. If this is the case for you, then alternative ways to obtain a printed copy are by emailing [email protected] or calling 1-888-567-7183.

Prepare Using Practice Tests

Aside from the official study guide that we discussed in the previous section, you can also do Canadian citizenship test preparation by using online practice questionnaires. Though not 100% accurate, online practice questionnaires are useful. This is because they present you with an array of possible questions. Moreover, they teach you how to attack the Canadian Citizenship Test from different angles.

Input the term ” Canadian citizenship exam practice test” on the search bar of any engine and you’ll find an endless array of options. Even so, out of all the search results, we recommend you to try the practice questionnaire here.

The practice test of www.citizenshipcanadian.com comprises 400 questions that are taken from the official study guide of the Canadian Citizenship Test. It will take hours for you to finish this. Nevertheless, this is advantageous since you can immerse yourself with the questions for long periods to gauge how hard the actual exam is.

However, if you don’t have a lot of time to invest, the length of Richmond Public Library’s practice test can be adjusted. To make it shorter, just click the drop-down menu bearing the label “number of questions”. Upon clicking it, you can then choose whether to answer 5,10, 20,40. or 80 questions only.

View Videos if You Want To Prepare in Laid Back Manner

Viewing videos is another great method for you to prepare for the Canadian Citizenship Practice Test in a laid-back manner. Through videos, all you have to do is listen and retain the information presented while eating snacks or sipping coffee on the couch.

Youtube provides all the most relevant videos for passing the Canadian Citizenship test. Out of all videos therein, the content of Immigration Canada is the best.

Two videos are on Immigration Canada’s youtube channel. The first provides details of the Canadian Citizenship Test for 2021 and has a runtime of three hours. If you don’t want to watch a video that’s more than a movie’s length, the second video of the Canadian Citizenship Test for 2020 is for you. It only runs for 45 minutes.

Ask for Useful Tips

Passing the Canadian Citizenship Test requires strategy aside from knowledge. Some people took this test before without studying but managed to pass because they looked for hints in the exam. With that being said, asking these people for useful tips will help a lot.

So where do you find these people? Just start a discussion on Facebook, Quora, Reddit, and Stack Exchange.

On Facebook, numerous FB groups dedicate themselves to providing tips and study materials for future Canadian Citizenship Test Examinees. On the other hand, Quora, Reddit, and Stack Exchange provide a tsunami of relevant tips from numerous users after you’ve requested tips for passing the test.

Frequently Asked Questions About Canadian Citizenship Test

Here is a quick FAQs section that answers all other questions about the Canadian Citizenship Test. This formally ends our discussion. With that being said, good luck and we hope to see you as a Canadian citizen soon!

Who Are Qualified To Take The Canadian Citizenship Test?

Adults who are not under 18 and over 54 are allowed to take the Canadian Citizenship Test by the time they apply for citizenship in Canada. Those over 55 don’t have to take the test to apply for citizenship. As for minors, specific requirements apply.

 

What Should You Bring Before Taking The Test?

You can take the Canadian Citizenship Test at the specified venue if you forget to bring:

  1. Notice To Appear letter
  2. PR Card (Optional)
  3. 2 Personal Identification Cards ( the first should come from Canada while the second should come from your home country)
  4. Travel documents that you listed in your Canadian Citizenship Application form
  5. French or English language proficiency certification (e.g. IETLS for English and DILF, DELF, DALF for French)
  6. Other documents that the Notice To Appear Letter specifies

What Is The Passing Mark Of The Canadian Citizenship Test?

The passing mark is 15. Twenty questions comprise the Canadian Citizenship Test, and you have to answer these for 30 minutes only.

 

How Many Tries Before Another Application For The Canadian Citizenship Test Is Required?

You can only attempt to pass the test for three counts. If you don’t pass the test after taking it thrice, Immigration Canada will ask you to undergo the application process again.