Welcome to the United Kingdom. We're so glad you came, and we're thrilled you want to become a citizen of the British Isles. Citizenship in the UK opens the door to many opportunities. It is only an option after you've lived here for a while.
Are you getting ready for the British citizenship test? Expect to be tested on your English language skills. However, the test covers far more than this. For example, it asks you about the main values and principles of the United Kingdom. (Hint: liberal social democracy.) You don't have to know all about medieval kings, but they will cover historical events like the Tudors and the Stuarts. You'll be asked about major events of the Twentieth Century like World War 1 and World War 2. The test goes into more detail on Britain's history since 1945, the end of World War 2. The British citizenship asks a few questions on the UK as a global power, though Brexit isn't really addressed.
The test asks questions about the British government. You're expected to understand your role in the community. This includes both your rights and responsibilities as a British subject. You can find a variety of books that tell you what content could be on the test, but they can ask anything that's in the testable sections.
This infographic from Citizenship British outlines a few tips for when getting ready for the British citizenship test. For example, they suggest studying the books a chapter at a time. Take tests on each chapter so you know what you need to go back and review. Once you've mastered a chapter, move on to the next.
They provide advice on how to prepare for test day and maximize information retention without overloading yourself. Never try to cram the night before. A lack of sleep will hurt your performance on the British citizenship exam.