Who better to talk about the plight of refugees than refugees themselves? In this multi-media series shot inside or on the borders of conflict zones around the world, refugees, internally displaced people and others talk about being forced from their homes and how that experience has shaped their lives. These are stories of loss but also of survival, recovery and inspiration. What does ”home” mean to you? What is it like to be refugee? What do you think of when you go to sleep at night?
This practice test is presented in a format that closely resembles the Official Test. Whilst the questions that we have selected are not the actual test questions, you can use them to find out whether you are ready to take the actual test. You are allowed up to 45 minutes in which to answer 24 questions. Once you have answered all 24 questions and selected ‘Finish Test’, you will be awarded a PASS or FAIL mark. The pass mark for the test is around 75%.
From 29 November 2010 any non-European Economic Area migrant who wants to enter or remain in the UK as the partner of a British citizen or a person settled here will need to show that they can speak and understand English. For many this will mean taking an English language test with one of our approved test providers. The new rules will apply to people applying from within the UK as well as visa applicants from overseas.