2020 Free Practice Test 13

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Pound sterling coins are of the following values: 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2.

The Education Act of 1944 often called as

During whose reign did English settlers first begin to colonise the eastern coast of America?

Who occupied Britain for 400 years?

How many pence are in a pound sterling?

What is the capital city of Wales?

Whose period is also remembered for the richness of its poetry and drama, especially the plays and poems of William Shakespeare?

Northern Ireland and Scotland use the same pounds and pence but have their own banknotes.

What confirmed the rights of Parliament and the limits of the king’s power in 1689?

What is the capital city of Scotland?

What is the capital city of England?

What is the capital city of Northern Ireland?

Where is the UK located in Europe?

Which Act provided free secondary education in England and Wales?

What is the longest distance on the mainland of the UK?

During the Roman occupation of Britain, Who built a wall in the north of England to keep out the Picts?

Who built roads and public buildings, created a structure of law and introduced new plants and animals to Britain.

The Industrial Revolution was the rapid development of industry that took place in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Who won the Battle of Britain in World War 2?

Which was the first country to industrialise on a large scale?

The currency of the UK is

Pound sterling notes are of the following values: £5, £10, £20, £50.

Who introduced free secondary education in England and Wales?

What is the symbol of Pound Sterling?