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The British Citizenship Test For Dummies, 2nd UK Edition

The British Citizenship Test For Dummies, 2nd UK Edition

Julian Knight

ISBN: 978-1-119-99815-0 February 2011 304 Pages

 E-Book

$11.99

Description

Includes chapters 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 from the Home Office’s Life in the United Kingdom book.

This fully updated edition of The British Citizenship Test For Dummies covers all the most up to date information that you need to know to pass the latest UK Government’s Life in the UK test – valid for tests taken after April 2007. With an in-depth coverage of the nation’s history, culture, customs and educational, political and social institutions, and over 300 questions to practice on, this is the perfect helping hand on your way to becoming a British citizen.

The British Citizenship Test For Dummies 2nd Edition covers:

Part I: Deciding to Stay in the UK.
Part II: Getting to Know the Immigration and Citizenship Players.
Part III: Taking Care of Immigration and Citizenship Paperwork.
Part IV: Taking the Citizenship Test.
Part V: Troubleshooting Your Application.
Part VI: Reaping the Rewards of Citizenship.
Part VII: Ten Helpful For Dummies Books.
Appendix A: Revision Material for the Life in the UK Test.
Appendix B: Sample Questions and Answers for the Life in the UK Test.
Index

Introduction

Part I: Becoming a British Citizen.

Chapter 1: Deciding to Stay in the UK.

Chapter 2: Getting to Know the Immigration and Citizenship Players.

Chapter 3: Taking Care of Immigration and Citizenship Paperwork.

Chapter 4: Taking the Citizenship Test.

Chapter 5: Troubleshooting Your Application.

Chapter 6: Reaping the Rewards of Citizenship.

Chapter 7: Ten Helpful For Dummies Books.

Part II: Revision Material.

Chapter 8: Revision Material for the Life in the UK Test.

Part III: Questions and Answers.

Chapter 9: Sample Questions and Answers for the Life in the UK Test.

Answers.

Index.

""...covers decisions and legal requirements involved in living in the UK, and includes a full chapter of sample test questions...""  (familiesonline.co.uk, Friday 18th January 2008)