In order to obtain German citizenship you might be required to pass a so-called 'Naturalisation Test' (Einbürgerungstest). It consists of 33 questions in the areas 'Living in a democracy', 'History and responsibility', 'People and society' plus some relating to the federal state (Germany has 16 federal states) in which you take the test. It is in German and you have 60 minutes to answer a minimum of 17 questions correctly.
We offer mock exams to give you a basic orientation about the test and also to assess your knowledge on German history, politics, society, regional culture and language skills. It indicates your level of knowledge and what extent of training might be required for a pass. This way you can realistically evaluate your chances and, provided you would decide to continue, the likely cost involved.
For the mock exam and the assessment we charge a set fee of £ 95.
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