Life in the UK Test - new study guide from NIACE

March 2013
Basic Skills Bulletin;3/25/2013, Issue 118, p2
The article focuses on "Pass the New Life in the UK Test: The Complete Study Guide for 2013" from the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE), a guide which helps prepare people to take the new Life in Great Britain citizenship test.


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