Chapter: Canada’s Economy - Quiz 01

The Canadian citizenship written test is computer-based and comes in English. The questions are 20 and must be answered within a limited time of 30 minutes. The test has multiple choices with three possible answers. If the question is a true or false one, it comes with two possible answers, and to pass the test, you have to attain over 75%. This means you must answer 15 or more questions correctly.

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When did Mexico become a partner in NAFTA?
1994
1988
1950
1990

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Which among the following is NOT one of Canada’s natural resource industries?
Communications.
Forestry.
Mining.
Energy.

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What proportion of Canadian exports are shipped to the United States of America?
More than three-quarters.
Less than a half.
Less than three-quarters.
More than a half.

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What proportion of Canadians has employment in the service industry?
At least seventy-five percent.
Less than fifty percent.
Sixty percent.
Fifty percent.

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Which among the following statements is False regarding the economy of Canada?
Canada’s largest trading partner is Germany.
It includes three main types of industries, including natural resources, manufacturing, and service industries.
It is among the ten largest economies globally.
Canada exports billions of dollars worth of industrial goods, automotive, energy products, equipment, agricultural, forestry products, fishing as well as consumer products annually.

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Which among the following is NOT included in the definition of the manufacturing industry?
Communications.
Automobiles.
Aerospace technology.
Food.

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How many Canadians and Americans cross over the border annually?
Millions of them.
Half a million of them.
A billion of them.
Just a few thousand.

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How does Canada benefit by trading with other countries of the world?
It helps maintain the peoples’ standard of living and benefits the economy.
It enhances Canada’s tourism sector.
It makes it relatively easier for Canadians to travel across the globe.
It discourages international conflicts.

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In what year did Canada and the United States enact free trade ties?
1988
1998
2008
1952

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Canada’s economy is made up of three main industries. Which one offers the most employment opportunities?
Service industry.
Fishing industry.
Manufacturing industry.
Agricultural sector.

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In regards to global economic rankings, which among the following statements is TRUE about Canada’s economy?
Canada’s economy is among the ten largest globally.
Canada’s economy is not among the ten best-performing globally.
Canada’s economy is below the best 50 in the world.
Canada’s economy is one of the five best economies in the world.

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The economy of Canada is majorly driven by…?
Trade.
Finance.
Education.
Tourism.

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Canada’s service industry offers thousands of different jobs, and at least 75% of Canadians have employment in the service industry. Which among the following doesn’t qualify to be among a service industry job?
Fishing.
Health care.
Construction.
Retail services.

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Following the North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA), who became Canada’s trading partners?
Mexico and United States.
England and Japan.
Mexico and England.
France and the United States.

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Who is regarded as the largest trading partner of Canada?
America.
Germany.
Mexico.
France.

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Canada is NOT a member of the G8 group of nations.
False.
True.

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What is the location of the place traditionally referred to as the world’s longest undefended border?
Between the United States and Canada.
Between Russia and Canada.
Between Mexico and Canada.
Between the United States and Mexico.

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What is a symbol of the common interest and close ties between Canada and the United States?
The Peace Arch.
The Center-Block.
The Vancouver Port.
The Memorial Chamber.

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What to Expect on the Canadian Citizenship English Test?

The Canadian written citizenship test comprises 20 questions that are related to the rights and responsibilities of Canadians. Some of the key topics covered include; symbols, geography, economy, laws, history, and economy amongst others.

Canadian Citizenship English TestAll the questions on the test are derived from Canada’s official citizenship study guide. Therefore, if you take your time to go through this guide, you will be able to pass the exam without any problems.

Kindly note that this test is only applicable to individuals aged 18 to 54 years. Adults aged over 55 and minors under 18 won’t be asked to take the test.

There are a lot of misconceptions out there regarding this test. You may have heard that it’s so complicated or very easy. Well, it’s neither. The test is like any other test. Those who study and familiarize themselves with the topics mentioned above will pass. And those who don’t may not be so lucky.

If you score below a 15, you’ll be rescheduled to re-take the test in about three to four weeks. Should you not pass the second test you’ll be asked for an interview that will last approximately 30-90 minutes. The citizenship officer will check your understanding of Canada and any language barriers that may be present.

Join a review class or start one. The Immigration Centre in Canada provides free citizenship classes that will require you to commit two hours every week for about six weeks. During these classes you can engage the tutor who will assist you in understanding how best you should answer your questions. If your language benchmark is 4 or above you are eligible to join and alternatively, you can start your own review class.

So, if you want to get citizenship, familiarize yourself with the official citizenship study guide and try as many citizenship practice tests as possible.