* Please note:
- The app doesn't mean to be a study guide for your citizenship test. We encourage users to review the book as well
- This version is ad-supported and it offers 140 multiple choice questions for you to practice. Would you like to study further, please considering upgrading to the full version. Thank you for your supports!
Highlight keys of features:
- All questions and answers have been selected carefully and verified as close as the 'real' test as well as updated frequently
- Randomly generate test questions for every test. Never do the same test again
- Able to set the number of questions to be tested and select your province/territory for specific province/territory question
- Determine whether you passed or failed the test and able to review wrong or all tested questions
- "Self Study" Section helps you to learn all questions and answer easily and categorized base on test subjects
- Get more understand about the test/app and help from "Info" Section
- This version is ad-supported
** The latest 2014 test questions are available**
Do you want to become an Australian? If so, you must pass the mandatory Australian Citizenship test. This app is professionally designed to help you effectively study and pass the Australian Citizenship Test. With more than 200 actual questions based on the official study guide "Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond", you will learn about Australia and its people, Australia's democratic beliefs, rights and liberties and Government and the law in Australia right here on your Android Phone and Tablet.
- Over 200 practice questions
- Questions are divided into 3 official parts to enhance your learning experience
- Questions are generated randomly
- Questions are based on the actual Australian Citizenship test
- You can choose from 3 options (Random Questions, Incorrectly Answered Questions, and Not Attempted Questions)
- You can track how many questions you have done correctly, incorrectly, and not attempted
- Option to review all the Australian Citizenship test questions if you don't want to take the quiz
- View your test results
- Find out what questions you've done wrong after taking the test
- Displays the time used for each question, answer chosen and correct answer
- Send questions feedback directly from the app
- Join Facebook page
- Visit our website
- Track how long it takes for you to take this test
- Intelligent timer will stop when you put the app to sleep or viewing the answer
~Track your progress~
- Right and wrong counter built into the test
*Disclaimer: This app is for general information only. Nothing in this app is intended to provide legal advice or to be relied on as binding in any dispute, claim, action, demand or proceeding.
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