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Australian Citizenship Test Practice Questions and Answers - Exam 14

Date :  28 / 11 / 2020
        

 

Q1
What is the name of the power that puts the laws into practice?



Q2
Who established The High Court of Australia?



Q3
What are the 3 arms of government?



Q4
Which one among the following is true about the law in Australia?



Q5
Which of the following statement is true?



Q6
What is the full form of AEC?



Q7
How can the Australian Constitution change?



Q8
Which one among the following is true for Participating in Australian Society?



Q9
What is the full form of ATO?



Q10
How did the British colonies unite to form a single Australian nation?



Q11
Where does the double majority need to change the Australian constitution?



Q12
Choose the right duty/ responsibility of the ATO




Q13
State the correct statement



Q14
With who does the law lies for the power to interpret and apply?



Q15
State the organization in that provides fair and honest election




Q16
Point out the correct statement from the following



Q17
What are the six different colonies that made Australia before 1901?



Q18
Which of the following statements is true?




Q19
Who established The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia?



Q20
Why is the power between 3 arms of government divided?



Minimum pass for the test is 75%