Life in the UK Test Preparation


From  28 October 2013, there are 2 parts of the knowledge of language and life in the UK (KoLL) requirement, both of which must be met by all applicants for settlement unless the individual is exempt.

Applicants will be required to:

  • pass the Life in the UK test   AND
  • have a speaking and listening qualification in English at B1 CEFR or higher, or an equivalent level qualification on the Home office SELT list

This course is suitable for those who want to take their Life in the UK Test and need help with exam preparation and after to apply for the ‘Naturalisation/British Passport’ or ‘Indefinite Leave to Remain’. 

It is strongly recommended that you purchase a copy of “Life in the United Kingdom: A Guide for New Residents – 3rd Edition” book. The book is widely available from Amazon and high street book store. You can also buy a copy from our college. This is the only official book for the Life in the UK Test from 25th of March 2013.

Please note that we do not provide Life in the UK Test in our college. We only offer a preparation course. When you are ready, please visit Home Office Site to book your test.  

We  provide FREE unlimited online practice questions.



Every Wednesday 11am – 1pm, 10 hours / Fee – £150

The next available class is: Call us to confirm

The following 5 chapters are covered using audio, visual and interactive activities in a small class (max 8 students).

Chapter 1:    The Values and Principles of the UK 

Chapter 2:    What is the UK? 

Chapter 3:    A Long and Illustrious History 

Chapter 3 Contents:

• Early Britain
• The Middles Ages
• The Tudors and Stuarts
• A Global Power
• The 20th Century
• Britain since 1945
 Chapter 4:    A Modern, Thriving Society 

Chapter 4 Contents:

• The UK Today
• Religion
• Customs and Traditions
• Sport
• Arts and Culture
• Leisure
• Places of Interest

Chapter 5:    The UK Government, the law and your role 

Chapter 5 Contents:

• The Development of British Democracy
• The British Constitution
• The Government
• The UK and International Organisations
• Respecting the Law
• Fundamental Principles
• Your Role in the Community

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