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New Life in the UK Test – Interview with a customer

New Life in the UK test

What Talia thinks about the New Life in the UK Test

We have received a lot of feedback from our customers about the new Life in the UK Test. Here is a conversation we had with one of our customers:

UKCitizenshipSupport.com:
What did you think about the new test handbook when you first saw it?

Talia:
Oh my..(sigh)..When I saw the handbook for the first time, I felt discouraged and overwhelmed to say the least. I thought I would receive a thin book with not too many pages, more like a manual. But instead I received this thick book with almost 200 pages that was packed full of information I had to learn. I was shocked and filled with dread.

UKCitizenshipSupport.com:
What chapter did you find the most difficult to study?

Talia:
The chapter that was most difficult for me to study by far was chapter 3 on UK History, it’s so long and packed full of information. There are so many different names of people and dates to memorise, it’s unbelievable! There is still more names and dates to memorise in chapter 4. Chapter 5 felt very easy to get through compared to chapter 3 and 4. Chapter 1 and 2 are so short and sweet, and were a breeze for me to get through.

UKCitizenshipSupport.com:

How did you study for this new Life in the UK test?

Talia:
Well, at first I just read through the handbook. It was so slow and painful to read it and at the end I felt like didn’t retain much of the information. I felt really panicky because I didn’t understand a lot of what I read and I was sure I didn’t memorise any of the information. As well, I only had one more week to prepare for the test which made me feel extremely stressed and anxious. It made me feel sick to think about reading the handbook over and over again until I understood and memorised all the information. It’s so boring, slow and painful to read it over and over again.
So, I went online to search for anything that might help me prepare for the test. I came upon your website, and I’m so happy that I did. Both the chapter tests and the simulation tests helped me to understand and memorise all the handbook information, even all the specific dates. The set up of the simulation tests are exactly the same as the actual test which is fantastic. The Timeline is also very helpful. Your study method is definitely the best way to prepare for the test. Thank you so much for the help.

UKCitizenshipSupport.com:

So, how did you do on the official test?

Talia:
Well, I couldn’t have done better, actually. I finished the test in only 10 minutes and I got 95%. I am so happy!

We would like to hear more feedback from our customers. What was it like for you to prepare for your test? Our customers appreciate the feedback and so do we! We wish you all the best on your Life in the UK Test!

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2 Comments » for New Life in the UK Test – Interview with a customer
  1. Nino says:

    Hello,

    I am thinking of registering and paying for UK citizenship test practice but before i do this i would like to know if practice questions are official?

    I look forward to hearing from you soon.
    Kind Regards,
    Nino

    • admin says:

      Hello Nino,
      In reality, nobody has access to the official Home Office database of questions, so nobody has all the official questions. But our questions are very similar to the official ones, and some exactly like the official ones. Overall, our practice questions seem to really work for passing the official Life in the UK test, based on our customers’ feedback. (see http://ukcitizenshipsupport.com/customer-reviews/).
      If you practice with us, you will be well prepared. Good luck!

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