How many people fail the test?

Between November 1, 2005 and March 1, 2006 - in 4 months, that is - 7,373 people failed.* It means that approximately 60 people failed the “Life in the UK Test” every day.

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*House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for April 18, 2006 

2 Comments »

  1. Haytham said,

    March 2, 2007 @ 8:13 am

    In my opnion the idea of doing this exam is very good because people will be pushed to learn English and communcate with english people BUT on the other hand HomeOffice should know there are many people who are illiterate and old so can not learn another language. Therefor i think this exam should be for certen age… Thanks

  2. British Citizen Wannabe said,

    June 15, 2007 @ 1:26 pm

    I personally think it s a great idea to take the test but slightly disappointed with the exam. I studied really hard for it but it was not challenging at all. All questions are common sense ones and even a 10 year old can pass it with flying citizens. They should have 50 questions instead and passmark should be higher too, perhaps 95% is a good idea. But I bet you that even if you ask the local british citizens to take the test they are bound to fail, in fact the failure rate would be more than the poeple applying for citizenship.

    My journey to British Citizenship is half way accomplished…

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