1. Study as much as possible.
Review the citizenship test resource booklet Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond. But don’t rely on it alone. You’ll need to try free online practice questions and answers so that you can study everything and be ready to answer the questions in any form they take.
2. Start studying as soon as possible.
The booklet might seem small, but it is a lot of information to learn and retain. So, you need to start reviewing the material as soon as you’ve confirmed your eligibility to become a citizen and decide to submit your Australia citizenship application.
3. Study how best suits you.
Some of us are visual learners or we prefer auditory information. So, you can read the booklet or listen to the citizenship test podcast, whichever works best for you.
Then you’d need to access the practice tests to check your knowledge and study progress. Being accessible on almost all devices means you can practice anytime, anywhere with ease.
4. Do more than the minimum.
Yes, the citizenship test pass mark is 75%. But we recommend that you aim to consistently get a minimum of 90% on each practice test to ensure that you’re well prepared.