Australian Citizenship Test by Goobid

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


1. Which of these statements about Australian laws is incorrect?
  • Australians recognise the value of laws in maintaining a peaceful and orderly society
  • All Australians have the right to be protected by Australia's laws
  • Australia's laws are not important for all people living in Australia
  • 2. In Australia, we are free to say and write what we think on any topic but we cannot harm others.
  • True
  • False
  • 3. Who can work for Australian Public Service and the Australian Defence Force?
  • Anyone including overseas people
  • All people in Australia
  • All Australian citizens
  • 4. 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
  • 5. Which of these statements about Australian's fairness is incorrect?
  • 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
  • 6. What will you have when you are becoming an Australian citizen?
  • The same as you were as a permanent resident
  • You can enjoyed living in a free and democratic society
  • New responsibilities and a range of new benefits
  • 7. 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
  • 8. What is an important part of being Australian?
  • Respecting other people's differences and being yourself
  • Respecting indigenous people's differences and choices
  • Respecting other people's differences and choices
  • 9. We do not have to respect other people's freedom of speech or freedom of expression when their views are different.
  • True
  • False
  • 10. It is not compulsory to vote in federal and state or territory elections for Australian citizens 18 years or over.
  • True
  • False
  • 11. 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
  • 12. Who collects tax in Australia?
  • The Australian Revenue Office
  • The Australian Taxation Commission
  • The Australian Taxation Office
  • 13. 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
  • 14. Which of these is an example of freedom of speech?
  • People can peacefully protest against government decisions
  • Men and women are treated equally in a court of law
  • Australians are free to not follow a religon
  • 15. How can Australian citizens have their say in how the country is governed?
  • By going to council meeting
  • By protesting
  • By voting
  • 16. Who must obey Australia's laws?
  • Everyone must obey Australia's laws
  • The police must obey Australia's laws
  • The representatives in parliament must obey Australia's laws
  • 17. What type of legal organisation or group can you freely join?
  • Political party, trade union, religious, cultural or social group.
  • Gathering in group with others to protest against a government action or an organisation
  • Any legal organisation or group
  • 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 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
  • 20. 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
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