For the many people hoping to become British citizens each year, achieving the pass mark of 75 per cent in the Life in the UK Test is vital to realising that dream. "How to Pass the Life in the UK Test" is essential reading, packed with study material on the key test topics and over 1,000 practice questions.Each revision topic is delivered in bite-sized sections with key questions at the end of each chapter, making revision easier to manage. This comprehensive guide also features helpful revision tips, advice from people who have passed the test and revision checklists for each study topic. Readers can also find out how to improve their language and computer skills before they take the test.Practice is the key to succeeding. The interactive CD-ROM at the back of the book contains mock tests designed to help readers familiarise themselves with the format of the test. There is also advice on what to do and who to contact if you fail or pass.This title features over 1,000 questions and answers, advice on what to do if you fail the test, key forms and contacts to use once you've passed, your rights and responsibilities as a British citizen, directory of useful organisations in the UK, glossary of key terms, and an interactive CD-ROM with practice tests. 
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