Australian Citizenship Practice Test 17

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Which of the following areas falls under the responsibilities of State and Territory governments?

  • Hospitals and health services
  • Building permits
  • Social planning
  • Employment

Which one of the following statements is correct?

  • Matters of national importance are discussed by Senators
  • Considering, debating and voting on proposals for new laws or changes to the laws is what Senators do
  • All of the above
  • None of the above

Among the following options, which sector is under the jurisdiction of the Australian government?

  • Foreign affairs (relations with other countries)
  • Social planning
  • Building permits
  • Railways

Which of the following departments is directly under the control of the Australian Government?

  • Schools
  • Employment
  • Forestry
  • Railways

What is the title for the leader of a state government?

  • Premier
  • Senator
  • Chief Minister
  • Councillor

Which of the following sectors is the Australian government accountable for?

  • Foreign affairs (relations with other countries)
  • Hospitals and health services
  • Forestry
  • Railways

Which of the following is a responsibility of the Australian Government?

  • Taxation
  • Hospitals and health services
  • Forestry
  • Police

Who is the leader of the territory government?

  • Premier
  • Chief Minister
  • Senator
  • Shire President

How many representatives are elected by each of the mainland territories for the Senate?

  • 4
  • 6
  • 5
  • 2

How many senators are there in the House of Review or the States' House?

  • 77
  • 74
  • 75
  • 76

What is the other name for the Senate?

  • The House of Review
  • The House of Representatives
  • The Lower House
  • Not mentioned above

Which of the following departments falls under the jurisdiction of the Australian Government?

  • Immigration and citizenship
  • Railways
  • Public transport
  • Police

What are the three levels of government in Australia?

  • Territory Governments, The Australian Government, State Governments
  • Territory Governments, Local Governments, and State Governments
  • The Australian Government, State and Territory governments and Local governments
  • Not mentioned above

Which of the following statements is correct?

  • The states do not have separate governments.
  • The state governments operate in a similar way to the Australian government.
  • The state governments operate in a different way from the Australian government.
  • None of the above

Who does the Governor represent in every state?

  • The Prime Minister of Australia
  • The Monarch (The King or Queen of Australia)
  • The Chief Minister of the state
  • The Governor-General of Australia

Who appoints the Administrator of the Northern Territory?

  • Prime Minister
  • Governor-General
  • Queen
  • Chief Minister

Which of the following falls under the jurisdiction of the Australian Government?

  • Railways
  • Public transport
  • Social security
  • Rubbish collection

As per the constitution, management of which of the following comes under the responsibility of the Australian Government?

  • Roads and road traffic control
  • Public transport
  • National economic management
  • Railways

How many representatives are elected from each state to the Senate?

  • 10
  • 46
  • 14
  • 12

Which of the following is also referred to as the Senate?

  • The States' House
  • The House of Representatives
  • The Lower House
  • None of the above

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