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#1 karwan1

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Posted 25 April 2010 - 11:14 AM

Hi everyone,

Getting ILR through legacy means you will apply for BC subsequently (1 year or 5 year...grey area), anyway, its still a good time to prepare yourself for the Life in the UK test if you have not done it yet, here I puting forward few links contains material free of charge, if you find something similer, then please share it:

http://www.lifeintheuk.org/

http://www.hiren.inf...n-the-uk-test/1

http://www.freelifeintheuk.com/

http://uklifetest.com/


Note: this test is due to be updated, check the official site before you set the exam. Good luck.



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Posted 26 April 2010 - 06:54 AM

also remeber there are some Answers in this link http://www.hiren.inf...n-the-uk-test/1, which contradicts theorignal text book.You cant rely on this link for 100%.




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Posted 26 April 2010 - 07:38 AM

The official site is:
http://www.lifeintheuktest.gov.uk

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Posted 18 August 2010 - 08:59 PM

The official site is:
http://www.lifeintheuktest.gov.uk



Hopefully, this test will be a pleasure, and not a nightmare like getting ILR.



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Posted 19 August 2010 - 06:53 PM

http://www.hiren.inf...n-the-uk-test/1, I just used this website to refresh my memory and passed my test on the first go. Quite handy website in my opinion.

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Posted 19 August 2010 - 09:31 PM

http://www.hiren.inf...n-the-uk-test/1, I just used this website to refresh my memory and passed my test on the first go. Quite handy website in my opinion.



Did they say you your scores?
Or just they say pass or not pass?



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Posted 20 August 2010 - 04:23 PM


http://www.hiren.inf...n-the-uk-test/1, I just used this website to refresh my memory and passed my test on the first go. Quite handy website in my opinion.



Did they say you your scores?
Or just they say pass or not pass?


No marks, Just pass or fail- But I think I probably got one or two wrong

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Posted 20 August 2010 - 04:32 PM



http://www.hiren.inf...n-the-uk-test/1, I just used this website to refresh my memory and passed my test on the first go. Quite handy website in my opinion.



Did they say you your scores?
Or just they say pass or not pass?


No marks, Just pass or fail- But I think I probably got one or two wrong


Ali,
What English courses did you study in college , ESOL or EFL.
I completed ESOL Level 2. But I want to study English further, for example, GCSE in English.
I think GCSE is more recognisable than ESOL or EFL.



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Posted 21 August 2010 - 02:42 PM




http://www.hiren.inf...n-the-uk-test/1, I just used this website to refresh my memory and passed my test on the first go. Quite handy website in my opinion.



Did they say you your scores?
Or just they say pass or not pass?


No marks, Just pass or fail- But I think I probably got one or two wrong



Ali,
What English courses did you study in college , ESOL or EFL.
I completed ESOL Level 2. But I want to study English further, for example, GCSE in English.
I think GCSE is more recognisable than ESOL or EFL.


I did not have difficulty in understanding the language part because my education was in English medium.
I agree GCSE is the way forward if you are looking to go to uni for further education.

Edited by ali5890, 21 August 2010 - 02:56 PM.


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Posted 11 January 2012 - 10:19 PM

Hello everyone.
One friend of mine is nearly 65. And he wants to get British citizenship.
However, he complanes that he has difficulties in studying and in passing the Life in the UK
test. Can you give us some advice how we can overcome these dificulties?
Many thanks.




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