You may need to pass the Life in the UK Test as part of your application for citizenship or settlement - it tests your knowledge of British traditions and customs.
Who should take the test
You have to take the Life in the UK Test if you’re aged 18 to 65.
You don’t have to take it again if you’re applying to become a citizen and already passed it as part of your settlement application.
The test costs £50.
Preparing for your test
Read the official handbook for the Life in the UK test to help you prepare.
If you pass the test
You’ll need to get 75% or more in the test to pass.
You’ll get a pass notification letter that you must send with your citizenship or settlement application to prove you passed.
You’ll only get 1 copy of your pass letter - keep it in a safe place and make copies.
You won’t need to take the test again if you lose your letter.
If you fail the test
You must wait 7 days before taking the test again, but you can do it many times as you need to. You’ll need to book and pay again each time.