Chapter: Canada’s Regions - Quiz 03

For adults seeking to be Canadian citizens, it is compulsory for you to pass a test before their citizenship is approved. Immigration Canada receives thousands of applications annually. Although most of these applications are successful, a good number of them are declined for various reasons, such as failing the citizenship test.

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What province currently holds the record for the coldest temperature ever witnessed?
Yukon.
Nunavut.
British Columbia.
Saskatchewan.

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Which province has the second largest river system on North America’s Atlantic coastline and was founded by the United Empire Loyalists?
New Brunswick.
Prince Edward Island.
Manitoba.
Ontario.

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Which port is Canada’s largest and busiest and handles billions of dollars in traded goods around the planet?
The port of Vancouver.
Saint John port.
The port of Halifax.
The port of Labrador.

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What name is given to the second largest river system on the coastline of North America?
Saint John River System.
The Missouri River System.
St. Lawrence River System.
The Mississippi River System.

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Drawing on indigenous experience and knowledge, what part of the Canadian Forces Reserves plays an essential role in keeping Canada’s flag flying high in the nation’s Arctic region?
The Canadian Rangers.
The Militia.
The Canadian Police.
The Canadian Army.

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Which port is the largest manufacturing center and port in the province of New Brunswick?
Saint John.
Edmonton.
Moncton.
Fredericton.

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What city is the largest in Saskatchewan and also doubles as the headquarters of the mining industry and important research, educational, and technology center?
Saskatoon.
Manitoba.
Alberta.
British Columbia.

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In what province is the second largest river system found on North America’s Atlantic coastline found?
New Brunswick.
Newfoundland and Labrador.
Nova Scotia.
Prince Edward Island.

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Which province is an important center for Ukrainian culture?
Manitoba.
Saskatchewan.
Alberta.
British Columbia.

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At 4,200 kilometers, River Mackenzie is the second-longest river system in North America. Where is River Mackenzie found?
The Northwest Territories.
Yukon.
Nunavut.
Manitoba.

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Which among the following statement is FALSE regarding the characteristics of the Northern Territories’ terrain?
A significant portion of the land is fertile.
It is made up of a tundra.
The soil is permanently frozen.
It is a majorly rocky Arctic plain.

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What is Canada’s second-largest city?
Montreal.
Toronto.
Quebec City.
Calgary

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Which Canadian city and province boast the largest naval base?
Vector Illustration of Indian Navy Day. December 4. Soldier Saluting Flag.
Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Victoria, B.C.
Saint John’s, Newfoundland, and Labrador.
Ottawa, Ontario.

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In which province does a nineteen-member Legislative Assembly choose a minister and a premier by consensus?
Nunavut.
Yukon.
Manitoba.
Quebec.

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Which Canadian province has a population of more than twelve million?
Ontario.
Quebec.
British Columbia.
Yukon.

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Which is Canada’s smallest province by landmass?
Prince Edward Island.
Newfoundland and Labrador.
Nova Scotia.
Ontario.

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Which natural resources are available in the Northern territories?
Diamond, copper, and gold.
Aluminum, magnesium, and gold.
Magnesium, tin, and gold.
Diamond, gold, and tin.

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In which regions are some of the world’s deposits of dinosaur and prehistoric fossils found?
Badlands, Alberta.
Saskatchewan.
Newfoundland and Labrador.
Central Canada.

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Which Canadian province has the most extensive park system, boasting nearly six hundred provincial parks?
British Columbia.
Yukon.
Nunavut.
Alberta.

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Which province is known as the wheat province as it is referred to as Canada’s largest producer of oilseeds and grains?
Saskatchewan.
Ontario.
Manitoba.
New Brunswick.

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Practice Test For Canadian Citizenship Helps You Pass Your Final Exam

Every year very many people apply for Canadian citizenship, but the percentage of those who succeed is white low. But if you happen to receive a letter of invitation for an interview and test, you have to prepare adequately. You can pass your final examination if you dedicate yourself to thorough preparation. The most exciting part is that the Canadian government has created a free citizenship test. Apart from the government, there are other platforms where people can do a free trial. The practice test for Canadian citizenship provides you with an experience of what to expect in your final exam.

Practice, practice, practice!

Practice Test For Canadian CitizenshipThe free practice test will enlighten you in the areas you need to study. Generally, among the twenty questions you will be given, most of them will be checking how well you know Canada. They will range from Canada’s history, forms of the Canadian government, the political history and system, the politics, cultural and social history, and finally, the symbols that are commonly used in Canada.

The actual test will be administered by an invigilator who will supervise you, and you are required to finish within the allocated time. Practicing in advance helps you to use the given time properly and ensure you tackle the questions assigned on time.

 

Don’t be stressed

Some people get anxious when they are undergoing examinations of any kind, and this may occur from time to time. Anxiety can challenge your focus and interfere with your concentration. The free practice tests help you to manage your stress gradually by making the test feel familiar. The practice test for Canadian citizenship polishes your answers for the final examination. It is normal to be anxious sometimes but preparing in advance will help you stay calm in the actual test and score at least seventy-five percent.

 

Stay organized

Staying organized and settled during your actual test gives you more chances of passing. Plan ahead of the day of your real test by verifying all details around your appointment. Before you proceed to do the actual citizenship test, make sure you make all necessary plans that will enable you to have a successful day. Below are some things you may check into;

 

Prior To Exam Day

Confirm the date and time of the actual test and keep an active reminder to help you in making any other plans around the same day.

Check out the physical location where you need to report for your final test. If you do not know it, ask a friend or use google maps to trace the destination.

It is essential to prepare, in advance, all the documents required, make their copies as well, and remember you must carry your letter of invitation.

 

Test Day

If you have a child who is fully dependent on you, make early arrangements to have someone step in for you because children are not allowed in the interview room. You can get a reliable child care professional to take over or talk to a friend or one of your family members.

Get a full day of leave from work because it’s hard to know how long the test would take. Ensure you delegate your tasks to someone to ensure there is continuous delivery of work and reduce any arising inconveniences.

Join a review class or start one. There are 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 help you understand how best you should answer your questions.

Finally, on the day of the test, get to the test destination at least twenty minutes early. Please read each question keenly and understand the questions. If you happen to come in late, they may book you for another test later. The bottom line is that you will have higher chances to pass the final exam if you do enough practice.