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Citizenship test and interview

​​​​As a part of the process for Australian citizenship by conferral, you may need to have an interview and sit the citizenship test.

Most applicants for citizenship by conferral aged between 18 and 59 years at the time of application need to have an interview and sit the citizenship test.

The test assesses your English language skills and what you know about Australia and Australian citizenship.

Important information:  The Australian citizenship test has been updated. The updates include revised citizenship test questions and new test questions on Australian values.​ See Prepare for the test

We do not endorse or recommend citizenship test packages from any other individual or organisation that claim will assist you to pass the test.  All other organisations and test providers are not authorised, and the test questions and accuracy of their information is not verified and may not be correct.

 
 
 

Learn about the citizenship interview and test

Find out everything you need to know about the citizenship test and interview.

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Prepare for the citizenship test

The citizenship test will assess your knowledge of Australia, its people, laws, beliefs rights and liberties. Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond has all the information you need to help you pass the citizenship test

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Download Australian Citizenship - Our Common Bond

The citizenship test resource booklet Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond is available to download to assist you to prepare for your citizenship test. ​

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