New Australian Citizenship Practice Test 4

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Which of the following gives you the right to freely read anything you like, speak in public or write as you wish?

  • Freedom of expression
  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of religion
  • Freedom of democracy

What is the vested power in the hands of the Governor-General and Australian Ministers?

  • Judicial power
  • Legislative power
  • Executive power
  • Social power

Who is empowered to make new laws and amend old laws in Australia?

  • Court
  • Parliament
  • Queen
  • King

Is it true that Australia has no official religion?

  • Yes
  • No

Why is Australia recognized as a vibrant multicultural nation?

  • Christianism
  • Mix of religions
  • British culture
  • None of the above

Must we respect other people's freedom of speech and expression?

  • Yes
  • No

What was created with the Parliament of the Commonwealth by the Constitution of Australia?

  • House of Representatives
  • House of Representatives and a Senate
  • Senate
  • Not mentioned above

What type of government exists in Australia?

  • Religious
  • Spiritual
  • Secular
  • Godly

Which of the following options depicts the correct combination of Three Arms of Australian Government?

  • Legislative power, Executive power and judicial power
  • Legislative power, accounting power and judicial power
  • Legislative power, Executive power and social power
  • Pacific power, Executive power and judicial power

What would you call that achievement, which is obtained through hard work and talent and without using any wealth?

  • Great achievement
  • Must go
  • Fair go
  • All of the above

Who cannot be issued any order by the Parliament or Government?

  • Taxation
  • Police
  • Courts and judges
  • None of the above

Who is empowered to apply and interpret the Australian laws?

  • The Prime Minister
  • The Governor-General
  • The High Court of Australia
  • The Queen

Due to the presence of multiple arms within the Australian Government, it is impossible for any external agency to assume control, either individually or collectively, to govern Australia.

  • Two arms of government
  • Four arms of government
  • Three arms of government
  • Six arms of government

Who is the Head of State of Australia?

  • The Prime Minister
  • King of Australia
  • The Court
  • The Opposition Leader

What is the process of changing the Australian Constitution?

  • Election
  • Referendum
  • All of the above
  • Not mentioned above

Which of the following days are designated as 'public holidays' in Australia?

  • Good Friday
  • Easter Sunday
  • Christmas Day
  • All of the above

What majority is essential in a referendum to make any amendment in the Australian Constitution?

  • Simple majority
  • Senate majority
  • Double majority
  • House majority

Which freedom allows you to express your views freely through art, literature, music, and films?

  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of democracy
  • Freedom of religion
  • Freedom of expression

Australians are free to join or leave political parties, trade unions, or any cultural or social groups at their own will.

  • Yes
  • No

What is the law enactment power in Australia among the following options?

  • Judicial power
  • Legislative power
  • Executive power
  • Social power


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