The Canadian Citizenship Test is conducted by the CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada) Center. It is generally targeted for immigrants aged between 18 and 54 who seek citizenship.

It is conducted to verify a candidate applying for it has the necessary knowledge and has valid reasons to apply for the same. After the test an oath is to be taken by the candidate to confirm his citizenship.

What is the test about?

The test is a half hour 20 question exam with topics spanning from

  • Canadian Politics
  • Canadian History
  • Canadian Physical and Political Geography
  • Rights and Responsibilities of a Canadian Citizen
  • Personal questions.

Apart from these areas language also is tested. 60% is the pass percentage. If the candidate fails the test, an interview is conducted by a judge who decides whether or not the applicant is eligible for the citizenship.

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