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Australian Citizenship Test

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  • Base on Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond
  • Rights and responsibilities
  • Australian history
  • Australian political systems
  • Australian physical and political geography
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    1. Who elects the members of the Australian Parliament Houses?
  • The Governor-General
  • The Prime Minister
  • The Australian people
  • 2. Who appointed the judges and the magistrates?
  • The government
  • The Queen of Australia
  • 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. Who were Australia's first inhabitants?
  • Torres Strait Islander and French people
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Aboriginal and English people
  • 5. What does the Commonwealth Coat of Arms represent?
  • Australia's national unity
  • Australia's national army
  • Australia's federal states
  • 6. What do we remember on Anzac Day?
  • The arrival of the First Fleet from Great Britain in 1788
  • The landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps in Turkey during World War I
  • The sacrifice of all Australians who served and died in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations
  • 7. 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
  • 8. What are the responsibilities of local councils?
  • Planning and responsibilities such as schools and hospitals to their local community
  • Planning and delivering services such as community services and waste disposal to their local community
  • Planning and funding such as health and education to their local community
  • 9. Name some of the most serious crimes in Australia?
  • Murder, assault or sexual assault.
  • Violence against people or property, armed robbery or theft.
  • All the above
  • 10. 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
  • 11. Which of these statements about people wanted to unite the colonies in Australia is incorrect?
  • Trade and transport between the colonies was expensive and slow
  • Enforcing the law across borders was difficult
  • Form a nation independence from the British
  • 12. How do Australian state governments operate?
  • In a different way to the Australian Government
  • In a similar way to the Australian Government
  • In a similar way to a business
  • 13. 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
  • 14. What is the name for colonies united into a federation of states in Australia?
  • Federal States of Australia
  • Commonwealth of Australia
  • United States of Australia
  • 15. What date is Australia day?
  • 26 January
  • 26 February
  • 26 March
  • 16. Who should be committed to joining together to defend the nation and its way of life should the need arise?
  • All Australian soldiers
  • All people in Australia
  • All Australian citizens
  • 17. Australians do not believe in a fair society, where everyone deserves a 'fair go'.
  • True
  • False
  • 18. Who people vote for in each electorate?
  • One person to represent them in the House of Representatives
  • The Premier, the leader of a state government
  • The Prime Minister, the leader of the Australia Government
  • 19. Who is free to join a political party in Australia?
  • People with Australian citizenship
  • People born in Australia
  • Anyone
  • 20. Who does the Australia government encourage to participate in society?
  • All citizens
  • All citizens over 18 years of age
  • All single citizens

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