Australian Citizenship Test by Goobid

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


1. 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
  • 2. Which of these is not a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
  • Must obey the laws
  • To vote in elections
  • To seek election to parliament
  • 3. What help can you receive from an Australian official while overseas?
  • Emergencies such as civil unrest and natural disasaters
  • Emergency passports and provide advice and support in the case of an accident, serious illness or death
  • All the above
  • 4. 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
  • 5. Paying tax is required by law
  • True
  • False
  • 6. What is Australia's government parliamentary democracy?
  • It is the power of the government comes from the Australian representatives
  • It is the power of the government comes from the Australian Prime Minister
  • It is the power of the government comes from the Australian people
  • 7. Paying tax is an important way for people living in Australia to directly contribute to the Australian community
  • True
  • False
  • 8. 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
  • 9. How the representatives in parliament must answer for a decision they make?
  • Australia is parliamentary democracy, the representatives in parliament can make any decision without answering
  • Australia is parliamentary democracy, the decisions they make must answer to the people through elections
  • Australia is parliamentary democracy, the decisions they make must answer to Governor-General, Head of State in Australia
  • 10. Australian citizens do not vote regularly in federal and state or territory elections, and occasionally in a referendum.
  • True
  • False
  • 11. How does tax is paid out?
  • It paid out of the Australian government funds
  • It paid out only when you pay for goods and services, it know as General Sales Tax
  • It paid out of the money you earn, from a job, a business or investments
  • 12. How can people participate in Australian society?
  • Join neighbourhood and local communities
  • Join an art or cultural organisation
  • All the above
  • 13. Voting is compulsory for Australian citizens aged 18 years or over in federal and state or territory elections
  • True
  • False
  • 14. What must Australian citizens do when they are in another country?
  • Obey the laws of that country
  • Register your staying with the Australian embassy
  • Obey the laws of Australia only
  • 15. Which of these statements about Australia's laws is correct?
  • It is the law to discriminate against a person because of their gender
  • Men and women are not protected by the law from intimidation or violence
  • Men and women are treated equally in courts of law
  • 16. Who can work for Australian Public Service and the Australian Defence Force?
  • Anyone including overseas people
  • All people in Australia
  • All Australian citizens
  • 17. Which of these is a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
  • Defend Australia should the need arise
  • To carry a passport at all times
  • To do local community service
  • 18. Which of these statements about Australian 'mateship' is incorrect?
  • To take a meal to an elderly neighbour
  • To visit someone who is lonely
  • To not drive a friend in need to go to a medical appointment
  • 19. Who does the Australia government encourage to participate in society?
  • All citizens
  • All citizens over 18 years of age
  • All single citizens
  • 20. What is freedom of expression allows?
  • It allows people to express their views through art, film, music and writing
  • It allows people to express their views through discussion, film, music and literature
  • It allows people to express their views through art, film, music and literature
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