Australian Citizenship Mock Test 4

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Who is the authority to make new laws or amend old laws in Australia?

  • Parliament
  • Queen
  • Court
  • King

Who is the authority to appoint the Administrator for the Northern Territory?

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

In the Northern Territory what is the designation of the person serving as a State Governor?

  • Senator
  • Administrator
  • Governor-General
  • Minister

In each state of Australia, the Queen has a representative. What is the person known as?

  • Senator
  • Governor-General
  • Chief Minister
  • Governor

What is the term used to describe relationships in which individuals offer or receive help or services from known or unknown people in times of necessity?

  • Mateship
  • Friendship
  • Goodsship
  • MoneyShip

Sometimes, there are members of parliament who do not belong to any political party. What are they called?

  • Ministers
  • Government Agents
  • Independents
  • Political party

What powers are vested in the Governor-General and Australian Ministers?

  • Legislative power
  • Judicial power
  • Executive power
  • None of the above

In which year was the Commonwealth of Australia formed after the unification of British colonies?

  • 1901
  • 1501
  • 1401
  • 1301

What is the designation given to the person who represents a state or territory in the Australian Parliament after winning an election in that state or territory?

  • Governor
  • Chief Minister
  • Senator
  • Premier

How has the increasing diversity of Australia's population over the last two centuries contributed to the nation's global connection?

  • It has isolated Australia from the rest of the world.
  • It has had no impact on Australia's global connections.
  • It has enhanced Australia's connection to the world.
  • It has led to a decline in Australia's international relations.

What do you say to the person who is authorised to act or speak on behalf of others?

  • Representative
  • Educator
  • Teacher
  • None of the above

Who represents the Head of State in the states of Australia?

  • Governor
  • The Queen
  • The Parliament
  • Governor-General

What is the capital of Queensland?

  • Canberra
  • Brisbane
  • Melbourne
  • Sydney

What is the name of the system in which people vote for candidates of their choice, who, once elected, govern the country as part of the government?

  • Dictatorship
  • Democracy
  • Communism
  • Autocracy

What is the name of the capital city of Victoria?

  • Darwin
  • Hobart
  • Sydney
  • Melbourne

Who is the Head of a territory government?

  • Queen
  • Chief Minister
  • Premier
  • Governor

What is the full form of COAG?

  • The Council of Australian Government
  • The Commission of Australian Government
  • The Commonwealth of Australian Government
  • The Commitment of Australian Government

What is the name of the national anthem of Australia?

  • Advance Australia Fair
  • God Save the Queen
  • The Star-Spangled Banner
  • Forged from the Love of Liberty

After an election, in order to form a majority or a strong party, often two or more political parties associate under a political strategy. What is this process called?

  • Joint Party
  • Coalition
  • Mixed Party
  • None of the above

Must a seatbelt be worn during car travel?

  • Yes
  • No

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