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Australian Citizenship Test Practice Questions and Answers - Exam 15

Date :  07 / 12 / 2019
        

 

Q1
Who is voted to represent the Australians in the House of representatives?



Q2
Point out the correct alternative



Q3
State the number of self-governing British colonies that is established before 1901




Q4
Which of the following statement is true?




Q5
Choose the right alternative



Q6
What is the other name for reserve powers?



Q7
Which authority provides advice to appoint the Governor-General as her representative in Australia?



Q8
Which one among the questions about the colonies is true?




Q9
For which of the following is the state and the territory government responsible?



Q10
What is the definition of Royal Assent?



Q11
Which among the legal document is used to et basic rules for Australian government?




Q12
State the other name for House of Representatives



Q13
What are the name of two houses of the Australian Parliament?



Q14
What is the other name of house representatives?



Q15
Identify the correct statement



Q16
State the other name for the Australian Government



Q17
On which dates did the common wealth of Australia form?




Q18
State the figure of the members elected to the House of Representatives




Q19
Point out the correct statement



Q20
What is the reason for British colonies union to form a single Australian nation?




Minimum pass for the test is 75%