Australian Citizenship Test by Goobid

Australia's democratic beliefs, rights and liberties
Chapter II Practice Test - FREE


1. Who does the Australia government encourage to participate in society?
  • All citizens
  • All citizens over 18 years of age
  • All single citizens
  • 2. How should change occur in Australia?
  • Through discussion, peaceful persuasion and the democratic process
  • Through discussion, forceful persuasion and the democratic process
  • Through discussion, violence persuasion and the democratic process
  • 3. How the Australian people governed the country?
  • By regularly vote for only Premier to represent them in state of government
  • By regularly vote only for Prime Minister to represent Australian country
  • By regularly vote for people to represent them in parliament
  • 4. Australians do not believe in class distinctions in our society.
  • True
  • False
  • 5. Can you ask for help while you are overseas as an Australian citizen?
  • You can ask for help from the Australian official in times of need
  • Only you can help yourself while you are overseas
  • Only your family can help you while you are overseas
  • 6. Which of these statements about voluntary community work is incorrect?
  • To share knowledge and increase your sense of belonging to the Australian community
  • To learn new skills in voluntary community work
  • To work for government to become Australian citizen
  • 7. What must Australian citizens aged 18 years or over to register?
  • Register their name and address on the electoral role
  • Register their name and address to apply for a driver licence
  • Register their name and address to apply for an Australian passport
  • 8. In Australia, we are free to say and write what we think on any topic but we cannot harm others.
  • True
  • False
  • 9. Paying tax is an important way for people living in Australia to directly contribute to the Australian community
  • True
  • False
  • 10. The government in Australia is secular and there is an official national religion.
  • True
  • False
  • 11. What is 'fair go' ?
  • It is someone achieves in life as a result of their skills, ability and experience
  • It is someone achieves in life as a result of their class distinctions
  • It is someone achieves in life as a result of their wealth or background
  • 12. Which of these is a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
  • To do local community service
  • To carry a passport at all times
  • To serve on a jury if called to do so
  • 13. Which of these is an example that taxes are not spent on?
  • Defence and social security
  • Roads and railways
  • Private house and personal car
  • 14. How can people protest against a government action or an organisation in Australia?
  • People can protest peacefully and they can injure any person or damage property
  • People can protest violently and they must not injure any person or damage property
  • People can protest peacefully and they must not injure any person or damage property
  • 15. Australians are free to follow any religion or beliefs.
  • True
  • False
  • 16. Mix of religions do not contributes to making Australia a vibrant multicultural society
  • True
  • False
  • 17. What is democracy government?
  • A system of government in which citizens freely choose representatives to govern the country and make laws on their behalf
  • A system of government in which citizens do not choose representatives to govern the country and make laws on their behalf
  • A system of government in which citizens must choose representatives to govern the country and make laws on their behalf
  • 18. Which of these statements about Laws and religion in Australia is incorrect?
  • The process of divorce, including custody of children and property settlement, must follow a religion is rules, but not Australia laws
  • Some religious or cultural practices, such as being married to more than one person at the same time, are against Australian law
  • Most religions have rules, but these are not laws in Australia
  • 19. What is the spirit of 'mateship' ?
  • It means we help and receive help from each other in times of need
  • It means we receive help from the neighbourhood in times of need
  • It means we help the neighbourhood in times of need
  • 20. What do you pledge at the citizenship ceremony?
  • To share Australia's democratic beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
  • To share Australia's communist beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
  • To share Australia's capitalist beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
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