- Migration to Britain
- The Changing Role of Women
- Children, family and young people
- The nations and regions of the UK
- Customs and traditions
- The British Constitution
- The UK in Europe and the world
- Everyday needs such as housing, services in and for the home, money and credit, health, education, leisure, travel and transport etc.
- Employment - covering topics such as looking for work, equal rights and discrimination, at work, working for yourself, childcare and children at work.
This guide aims to help candidates choose a good study tool to thoroughly prepare themselves for the test. I suggest you start with reading through the study material in this publication
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