Living in Liverpool is something to be massively proud of – but could you pass a citizenship test to prove your knowledge of the city?
For people hoping to become UK citizens, the Life in the UK exam is a compulsory exam the government uses to see if they know enough about their adopted home.
And while some of the questions seem like common sense if you've lived here your entire life, there are trickier questions that could trip up plenty of life-long UK residents.
The Life in the UK test made up of 24 questions which candidates have 45 minutes to complete. It costs £50 to take.
In order to pass, entrants must score 75% or more in the test – getting at least 18/24 correct.
From history to sport, traditions to religion and days of significance, the official test as set by the Home Office, tests potential Britons on their knowledge on every aspect of life in the UK.
Obviously there's no such thing as Scouse citizenship, but if there was a test it would need to go into culture, traditions and the history of our amazing city.
If the UK citizenship test can trip up even life-long residents, could born and bred Scousers pass their own citizenship exam?
Based on the Life in the UK test, we came up with 24 questions on various aspects of Liverpool's history, popular culture and local knowledge.
You need to get 18 correct answers to pass the test and prove you're a Scouse citizen.
Question -1 of 24 Score -0 of 0 Which mythical creature symbolises the city of Liverpool?
- Liver bird
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