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Australian Citizenship Test Practice Questions and Answers - Exam 4

Date :  04 / 07 / 2020
        

 

Q1
Name the arrival conveyance on January 26,1788 from the Great Britain




Q2
Which of the following statement is true?



Q3
What was the year of gold discovery in the colonies of New South Wales and Victoria?




Q4
What is the name given to the first 11 convict ships?




Q5
State the day when most of the citizenship ceremonies in Australia are held




Q6
Why did people from various parts of world has entered New South Wales and Victoria in 1851?



Q7
From where did the Early free settlers in Australia originate?




Q8
Can you name the first inhabitants in Australia?




Q9
When did the first European settlement start?




Q10
What was the name of the place when gold was discovered in 1851?



Q11
Who is pledged for loyalty at citizenship ceremony?



Q12
From which historical place are the Aboriginal people from?




Q13
What is the oldest continuing culture of the world?




Q14
What was the reason behind the decision taken by the British Government for transporting convicts to New south Wales- New colony?




Q15
What was discovered in 1851 in the colonies of Victoria and New South Wales?




Q16
Who was the person to overcome various problems in the first few years of European settlement?



Q17
Who are the so called Indegenous people in Australia?



Q18
To which island does the Torres Strait Islanders belong?




Q19
When did the first 11 convicts from Great Britain arrive?




Q20
Who was the first governor of the particular colony in New south Wales



Minimum pass for the test is 75%
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