Practice Test 11 (24 questions):


1. Which TWO of the following deal with civil disputes?

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2. Which of these scientists was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work with DNA?

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3. The National Assembly makes laws for Wales in which of the following areas?

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4. Where was Charles II when he was called out of exile in May 1660?

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5. Who was the 17th-century organist who developed a particularly British style of church and opera music?

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6. Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE? Dame Judi Dench, Colin Firth and Sir Anthony Hopkins are all actors who have won Oscars.

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7. Which of the following introduced new limits to the monarch's powers toraise taxes or administer justice in the 17th century?

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8. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? A living person may never donate an organ.

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9. Who or what were jesters?

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10. Some people, particularly in Scotland, continued to support James IIafter his exile. What were these supporters called?

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11. Who suspected Mary, Queen of Scots of wanting to take the throne and kept her prisoner for 20 years?

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12. Which of the following introduced new limits to the monarch's powers to raise taxes or administer justice in the seventeenth century?

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