All Chapters - Practice Test
1. What does the Commonwealth Coat of Arms identify?
The Australian Federal Police investigates crimes against federal laws The Australian Federal Police is also responsible for general police work in the Australian Capital Territory All the above
2. Who is the representative of the Head of State in each Australian state?
The six states of Australia The authority and property of the Commonwealth of Australia The authority of the Australian army
3. Who is the leader in the Australian government system?
The Governor The Governor-General The Premier
4. In Australia, each state and mainland territory has its own capital
The Queen of Australia The Governor-General The Prime Minister
5. Who can tell the the judges and magistrates what to decide?
6. Which of these statements about passports is correct?
The Prime Minister The Governor-General No one
7. Who are the Indigenous people of Australia?
Australian citizens can apply for an Australian passport Permanent residents can hold an Australian passport Australian citizens need a passport and visa to return to Australia
8. Who elects the members of the Australian Parliament Houses?
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people People from from islands to the north of Queensland People from mainland Australia and Tasmania
9. How do Australian state governments operate?
The Governor-General The Prime Minister The Australian people
10. Which of these statements about Australian's fairness is incorrect?
In a different way to the Australian Government In a similar way to the Australian Government In a similar way to a business
11. What is the smallest of the mainland states?
You do not have to respect other people's differences and choices You have the same rights and liberties no matter where you came from Men and women have equal opportunities and freedoms
12. Who is a Councillor?
New South Wales Queensland Victoria
13. Who can influence the decisions of the Australian Electoral Commission?
A Member of Parliament in any state or territory The leader of a territory government An elected member of a local council
14. What is a political party?
Political parties can influence the decisions of the Australian Electoral Commission People in government can influence the decisions of the Australian Electoral Commission None the above
15. What happens once you are on the electoral roll?
The elects Members of Parliament to represent the Australian people interests It is the set of rules by which Australia is run A group of people who share similar ideas about how a country should be governed
16. What is the first sentence of the citizenship pledge?
You can vote in Australian elections and only federal voting is compulsory You can vote in Australian federal and state or territory elections and voting is compulsory You can vote in Australian federal and state or territory elections and voting is not compulsory
17. How was each British colony governing itself before 1901 in Australia?
I pledge my loyalty to Australia and its people, From this time forward, under God, I pledge my loyalty to Australia, under God,
18. What is the capital city of Western Australia?
Each colony had its own constitution and its own laws Each colony had British constitution and it followed British laws Each colony had its own constitution and its own laws
19. Who may give evidence in a court?
Perth Darwin Adelaide
20. What does the Australian Federal Police do?
A police A jury
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