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Australia’s Democratic Beliefs, Rights and Liberties Test 3

Practice test for: Chapter 2 - Australia’s democratic beliefs, rights and liberties

Question 1 of 20

1. What is the duty of the Jury service




2. The power to make laws that govern the country lies with __________




3. ATO stands for _______




4. Of the following statement, which would you consider an example of freedom of speech




5. What is the definition of a Jury




6. As an Australian citizen, what should you do




7. Choose the correct statement about Australians




8. In Centrelink, what is the minimum age to work




9. All the people of a country are involved in the way the country is governed in a ________




10. The minimum age to join the Australian Public Service is ________




11. The right to _________ comes with being an Australian




12. Australian citizens aged 18 yrs or over have the responsibility _______




13. Choose a statement that is true about equality in Australia




14. To seek elections to parliament at the federal, state or territory level, Australian citizens should be aged _____-




15. People can express their views through film, music, literature and art as they have _____




16. How do Australians describe themselves




17. In Australia, to register your name and address on the electoral roll , you should a minimum of ____ yrs




18. Of the following, identify the statement that is true.




19. In a peaceful country with a ____________ system of government , the people of Australia are proud to live.




20. Often, a mate is your ________






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 Number of questions: 20
 Answer correctly to pass: 15
Passing score: 75%

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