Australian Citizenship Practice Test 16

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With what other name the Senate is also known as?

  • The House of Representatives
  • The Lower House
  • The Upper House

Powers are divided in how many arms in Australian Constitution?

  • 5
  • 2
  • 3
  • 8

For which of the following is Government of Australia responsible?

  • Playgrounds
  • Drains
  • Airports and air safety
  • Railways

What are the duties of Governor-General of Australia?

  • Signing all Bills passed by the Australian Parliament into law
  • Signing regulations
  • performs ceremonial duties
  • All of the above

Which of the following departments comes under the direct purview of the Australian government?

  • Local roads
  • Noise and animal control
  • Postal services and the communications network
  • Food and meat inspection

Which out of the following is the responsibility of the Governor-General of Australia?

  • Approves the appointment of the Australian Government and its ministers, federal judges and other officials
  • Performs ceremonial duties
  • Signs regulations
  • All of the above

What is the minimum age required for a voter to cast vote in federal, state or territory level elections?

  • 21 years
  • 16 years
  • 23 years
  • 18 years

The Senate is sometimes called the Upper House, the House of Review or the States’ House. Is this True?

  • YES
  • NO

Identify the areas for which state and the territory governments are responsible for?

  • Citizenship and immigration
  • Railways
  • Defence
  • Employment

Which is the correct statement about how the British colonies became Australia?

  • A single Australian nation was not formed by the British colonies uniting
  • Through revolution or bloodshed, the British colonies united form a single Australian nation
  • The British colonies did not unite to a single Australian nation through revolution or bloodshed

What is correct about the role of Queen?

  • The Queen does not have a day-to-day role in government in Australia
  • The Queen has a day-to-day role in government in Australia
  • The Queen does not have any role in government in Australia

Who among the following is responsible for electing the members of House of Representatives in Australia?

  • The Australian people directly
  • By the Prime minster
  • The Queen

Which Queen is head of state of Australia?

  • Queen Jane
  • Queen Victoria
  • Queen Elizabeth II

Out of the following, what are the areas where State and territory governments are responsible for?

  • Defence
  • Schools
  • Citizenship and immigration
  • Taxation

Australian system of parliamentary democracy is based on which country's democratic system?

  • Indian democracy
  • American system
  • British system

In which election Senate candidates are elected in Australia?

  • State
  • Local council
  • Federal
  • None of the above

In which of the elections Australians elect House of Representatives?

  • Federal
  • State
  • Local council
  • None of the above

For which of the following is Government of Australia responsible?

  • Drains
  • Trade
  • Playgrounds
  • Police

Who is the leader of the Australian Government?

  • The King
  • The Queen
  • The Prime Minister
  • Governor-General

What is true about the procedure of functioning of courts and judges?

  • Courts and judges are independent of parliament and government
  • Judges and courts are always dependent on Parliament
  • Judges and courts are always dependent on government

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  • Number of questions: 20
  • Answer correctly to pass: 15
  • Passing score: 75%