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LIFE IN THE UK

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FREE LIFE IN THE UK TEST

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 Life in the UK test pass

 

ABOUT THE TEST

The Life in the UK Test contains 24 questions based on the 3rd Edition handbook – “Life in the United Kingdom: A guide for new residents”. We recommend you buy the handbook. You will need to pass this test as part of your application for settlement or British citizenship. Get 75% to pass.

Who has to take the test

Everyone aged 18-65 has to pass the Life in the UK test as part of their application process. The official test will cost £50 to book.

HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE TEST?

We provide excellent free preparation for the official test. You can complete over 1000 practice questions to get ready for your exam. Our tests cover every single paragraph of the 3rd edition handbook to make sure you don’t miss a single detail. Valid in  2016 and later years.

How to prepare for the test?

  • Read the official LIFE IN THE UK TEST BOOK
  • Make marking or note for your reference in the books.
  • discus about test topics with friends and family members.
  • Practice all test questions minimume 2-3 times in our web site. http://freelifeintheuktest.co.uk/
  • Read the questions very carefully and understand the question.
  • Take your time to answering the questions.
  • Some questions need more than one answers.
  • Check where the test centre is before you go there. and make sure you must reach the test centre 30 minutes before being the test.
  • Bring your Photo ID (used during booking) and proof of address (not older then 30 days),

 

HOW TO BOOKING THE TEST?

For booking please go to this link www.lituktestbooking.co.uk/lituk-web
There are around 60 test centres in the UK – choose one of the 5 closest to where you live. You must need a valid photo ID during booking and day of the test. You can use one of the following as ID to book the test:
• Passport – it can be out of date
• UK photo card driving licence – full or provisional
• Convention travel document (CTD), certificate of identity document (CID) or stateless person document (SPD)
• EU identity card
• Immigration status document endorsed with a UK residence permit on a passport with a photo – it can be out of date
• Biometric residence permit

On the test day you must bring the same ID that you used to book the test.