Canadian citizenship test is a fundamental step in the citizenship application process. The test can only be taken once per application. Once the form and the supporting documents are sent to the CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada Office) the applicants needs to expect to be call to sit for the final test in 5 to 6 months.
Who Has To Take The Citizenship Test?
People can take the Citizenship test who:
What You Should Know About The Test?
It is not easy for immigrants when it comes to answering the citizenship and Immigration test. The test shows what you know about Canada and its detail. It is usually written, but the applicant may also ask for an interview with a citizenship officer.
Given below are some crucial questions that the applicant needs to know during the written examination.
Canadian citizenship test is based on the “Discover Canada” guide. The guide will get to your home address once the application starts to process. The guide can be downloaded from the CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada Office) web page.
Citizenship test is mainly composed of 20 multiple choice questions related to the guide book. The candidate should obtain at least 75% marks to pass the exam. To pass the exam, the candidate must answer 2 electoral system questions correctly. The applicant will get 40 minutes to complete the test and there is no scope for a retake.