To prepare for the Canadian citizenship test, consider taking a citizenship class offered by English as a Second Language programs, settlement agencies and community centers, according to Settlement.org. Citizenship and Immigration Canada also offers a free study guide in several formats, such as PDF or an MP3 file, and free study guide questions to help prepare for the test, states the Government of Canada.Continue Reading
Both the Toronto Public Library and the Richmond Public Library offer citizenship practice tests online that may help you prepare for the exam, states Settlement.org. Another resource for studying for the exam is the CitizenshipCounts.ca website, which is also an app for iPhone and Android cell phones, that contains the study guide by Discover Canada, the same study guide offered by the CIC. The website and app also contains practice tests and flashcards.
The Department of Heritage offers a guide to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms that is easy to understand, and offers explanations and links to more information for each part of the Canadian Charter, informs Settlement.org. This guide may help individuals better understand the Charter and prepare for the citizenship test.
Organizations that offer English classes may also offer citizenship courses, states Settlement.org. Citizenship classes may cover topics such as Canadian history, Canadian government, voting in Canada, rights and responsibilities of citizens, and Canadian culture and symbols.Learn more about Immigration