After you submit your citizenship application, you will wait for about half of year. You will then be asked to take the citizenship test, all applicants are told to study the guide A Look at Canada.
The actual citizenship test is a combination of multiple choice and short answer questions.
The questions in the test are about the privileges of citizenship, history, politics, economics and geography. A pass mark of 12 out of 20 is required. In addition, there are four mandatory questions the applicant must answer on the test. The applicant must pass three out of the four mandatory questions (concerning voting, citizenship responsibilities and elections).
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