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please sign this petition:

http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/Foreign-Spouses/

My husband has taken this test 4 times each time it costs 35 pounds and now cos he still hasnt passed we have to pay 395 for an extensiona and then 750 pounds once he has passed for a visa. Its crazy half the people in the uk wudnt even no the answers to the qs they ask, my husband does well to at least get most of them right.

Please please help.

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trust me ive read those books-most gorey wouldnt even knw the answers or us

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trust me ive read those books-most gorey wouldnt even knw the answers or us

Let's not make this a race issue, please.

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Most of these schemes by the British Govt are just money making scams. The citizenship test is designed so that even people who have lived here for many years fail it. There's no much likelihood that someone whose only been here a few years would pass it.

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You can get a book with ALL possible questions they can ask, along with answers. If you put some effort into it, it's really easy.......

Just a money making scheme.

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When my fuffar ji was practicing for his test he shared a few questions with us (5 uk born people) and even we couldn't answer quite a few of the questions..

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19/24...just scrapped it...

actually its besti becuase peacemaker beat me and he's not even from the UK or is he?!?!?...i reckons he's been place here by the RSS to monitor the goings on on Sikhsangat and his IP address has been hacked to show a US location but he's from Southall really... :lol:

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24/24!!!

Just because most current British nationals would fail it (and I do honestly believe that), that does not make it a bad test for all those foreigners trying to become British Citizens. Partly it makes money (nothing wrong with that), but partly it does encourage a certain level of curiosity or swotting up of the books that contain the bank of questions. My sister-in-law passed first time and she is not the brightest button on the planet by a long shot. If you fail to pass continuously after cramming with the reccommended books, then I'm afraid you just don't cut the mustard.

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This has to be the most ridiculous post I've seen.

It looks like people are starting a petition for everything these days.

If your husband keeps failing the citizenship test, you want the government to change their rules, just because he can't revise and learn and pass the exam?

Maybe someone should start a petition to tell your husband to spend more time studying so he can pass the exam in the first place.

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This has to be the most ridiculous post I've seen.

It looks like people are starting a petition for everything these days.

If your husband keeps failing the citizenship test, you want the government to change their rules, just because he can't revise and learn and pass the exam?

Maybe someone should start a petition to tell your husband to spend more time studying so he can pass the exam in the first place.

Agreed, i'm not saying its an easy test to do but I know a few people that have done it and some of them are not the most educated but they all passed first time.

http://www.lifeintheuktest.gov.uk/htmlsite/self2_20.html

They all got the handbook and said all the questions in the book are the ones covered in the test.

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This has to be the most ridiculous post I've seen.

It looks like people are starting a petition for everything these days.

If your husband keeps failing the citizenship test, you want the government to change their rules, just because he can't revise and learn and pass the exam?

Maybe someone should start a petition to tell your husband to spend more time studying so he can pass the exam in the first place.

Agreed, i'm not saying its an easy test to do but I know a few people that have done it and some of them are not the most educated but they all passed first time.

http://www.lifeintheuktest.gov.uk/htmlsite/self2_20.html

They all got the handbook and said all the questions in the book are the ones covered in the test.

just do a 3 month english course, get certifcate , bang thas it. wjkk wjkf ji.

or go to hounslow>>>>>get one certificate there and then.

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This has to be the most ridiculous post I've seen.

It looks like people are starting a petition for everything these days.

If your husband keeps failing the citizenship test, you want the government to change their rules, just because he can't revise and learn and pass the exam?

Maybe someone should start a petition to tell your husband to spend more time studying so he can pass the exam in the first place.

Did I say that my husband had not revised? He has been revising hard for ages, just because some people pass first time does not mean it is the same for everyone!

Also, I do not want the governement to change their rules just because of my husband. Its my husbands experience that had helped me to see what nonsense the test and how hard it is for people to learn stupid facts and figures about the UK which they are never going to need after the test.

Prem Veer Ji I find your post riduculous, this topic is asking for help, so if you haven't got anything useful to say don't say anything. I think I might start a petition to add to forum rules so that only uselful and helpful replies are posted to topics, as you say people start a petition for anything these days!

Proud to be singhni penji could you tell me more about Hounslow, ;)

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