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How the Online Citizenship Test Practice Works:

There are 2 types of exams one is random question where you will get random question from all the discover Canada. The 20 question will come mix and the 2nd part is Chapter-wise practice which you can practice each and every topic in detail, and the good thing is all the questions have explanations with it. 

Random Questions

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Practice Free Tests (112 Q) Start Now

Practice Chapterwise

(Chapter-1) Rights and Responsibilities

Rights and Freedom (13 Q) Start Now

The Rights of a Canadian Citizen (7 Q) Start Now

Citizenship Responsibilities (6 Q) Start Now

The Equality of Men and Women (5 Q) Start Now

Defending Canada (7 Q) Start Now

(Chapter-2) Who We Are

Who We Are(6 Questions) Start Now

Aboriginal People (12 Questions) Start Now

Unity in Diversity (2 Questions) Start Now

English & French (14 Questions) Start Now

Becoming Canadian (2 Questions) Start Now

Diversity in Canada (6 Questions) Start Now

(Chapter-3) Canada's History

Aboriginal People (4 Q) Start Now

The First Europeans (6 Q) Start Now

Exploring a river, naming Canada (3 Q) Start Now

Royal New France (6 Q) Start Now

Struggle for a Continent (3 Q) Start Now

The province of Quebec (2 Q) Start Now

A Tradition of Accomodation (3 Q) Start Now

United Empire Loyalist (4 Q) Start Now

The Beginning of Democracy (6 Q) Start Now

Abolition of Slavery (5 Q) Start Now

A Growing Economy (8 Q) Start Now

The War of 1812: The fight for Canada (5 Q) Start Now

Rebellions of 1837-38 (3 Q) Start Now

Responsible Government (4 Q) Start Now

Confederation (8 Q) Start Now

Dominion from sea to sea (2 Q) Start Now

Canada’s First Prime Minister (5 Q) Start Now

Challenge in the West (5 Q) Start Now

A Railway from Sea to Sea (3 Q) Start Now

Moving Westward (4 Q) Start Now

The First World War (6 Q) Start Now

Women Get the Vote (9 Q) Start Now

Between the Wars (8 Q) Start Now

The D-Day Invasion June 6 1944 (84Q) Start Now

The Second World War (6 Q) Start Now

(Chapter-4) Modern Canada

Trade & Economic Growth (6 Q) Start Now

International Engagement (6 Q) Start Now

Canada & Quebec (4 Q) Start Now

A Changing Society (6 Q) Start Now

Arts and Culture in Canada (12 Q) Start Now

Great Canadian Discoveries and Inventions (6 Q) Start Now

(Chapter-5) How Canadian Govern Themselves

Federal States (7 Q) Start Now

Parliamentary Democracy (14 Q) Start Now

Constitutional Monarchy  (11 Q) Start Now

Making Laws (1 Q) Start Now

(Chapter-6) Federal Elections

Canadian Vote in Elections (9 Q) Start Now

Vote (4 Q) Start Now

Secret Ballot (2 Q) Start Now

After an Election (7 Q) Start Now

Voting Procedure (3 Q) Start Now

Other Levels of Government in Canada (4 Q) Start Now

(Chapter-7) The Justice System

Canadian Justice System (6 Q) Start Now

Courts (2 Q) Start Now

Police (4 Q) Start Now

Getting Legal Help (2 Q) Start Now

(Chapter-8) Canadian Symbols

The Canadian Crown (3 Q) Start Now

Flags in Canada (8 Q) Start Now

The Maple Leaf (4 Q) Start Now

The Fleur-de-Lys (5 Q) Start Now

Coat of Arms and Motto (3 Q) Start Now

Parliament Buildings (7 Q) Start Now

Popular Sports (11 Q) Start Now

The Beaver (4 Q) Start Now

Canada’s Official Language (9 Q) Start Now

The Order of Canada and other Honors (3 Q) Start Now

Victoria Cross (6 Q) Start Now

National Public Holidays (9 Q) Start Now

(Chapter-9) Canadian's Economy

A Trading Nation (5 Q) Start Now

Three Main Types Of Industries (6 Q) Start Now

(Chapter-10) Canadian's Region

The Regions Of Canada (6 Q) Start Now

The National Capital  (5 Q) Start Now 

Provinces and Territories (2 Q) Start Now

Population (1 Q) Start Now

Atlantic Provinces (16 Q) Start Now

Central Canada (9 Q) Start Now

The Prairie Provinces  (9 Q) Start Now

The West Coast (6 Q) Start Now

The Northern Territories (11 Q) Start Now

The Canadian Rangers (3 Q) Start Now

Practice Test for Canadian Citizenship Test

Usually a written exam, the Canadian citizenship test may also involve an interview. Two fundamental citizenship requirements will be tested on:

1) Understanding of Canada and the obligations of citizenship.

2) Sufficient proficiency in either French or English

The following subject areas serve as the basis for each citizenship test question:

  • (Chapter-1) Rights and Responsibilities
  • (Chapter-2) Who We Are
  • (Chapter-3) Canada’s History
  • (Chapter-4) Modern Canada
  • (Chapter-5) How Canadian Govern Themselves
  • (Chapter-6) Federal Elections
  • (Chapter-7) The Justice System
  • (Chapter-8) Canadian Symbols
  • (Chapter-9) Canadian’s Economy
  • (Chapter-10) Canadian’s Region

Utilize the aforementioned practice exams to prepare for the Canadian Citizenship Test. Every question is based on the rights and obligations of citizenship as described in the official Canadian Citizenship Test Study Guide – Discover Canada. Depending on your preferred learning method, you can either focus on a single topic at a time, take a citizenship test simulation that includes 20 randomly chosen questions, or test your mettle against our exhaustive marathon of citizenship questions.


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Canadian Citizenship Test gives you access to many more tests than just the one practice test available on the government website. That official sample test is good for giving you an idea of what to expect on the real test. But it can't help you prepare fully. Nor does reading the Canadian Citizenship: Our Bond material alone.


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