The Citizenship Test
What is the Citizenship Test?
The Citizenship Test of 2015 is a written multiple-choice test on Danish society, Danish culture and history. There are 45 questions in total. To pass the test, you must have a minimum of 36 correct answers, including at least 4 correct answers to the questions on Danish values.
You can use the Citizenship Test if you want to apply for Danish citizenship. The Ministry of Immigration and Integration is in charge of the Citizenship Test.
Price and dates for the Citizenship Test
The Citizenship Test: 24 November 2021
Time: 13 – 13.45
Price: DKK 815,-
Registration deadline: 20 October 2021
The Citizenship Test: 1 June 2022
Time: 13 – 13.45
Registration deadline: 4 May 2022
Where is the test held?
The Citizenship Test is held at one of our departments, or close by. We will inform you about the exact location no later than 2 weeks before the examination.
You are required to show a valid photo ID to be admitted to sit the Citizenship Test.
How do I get my certificate?
If you pass the test, you will receive your certificate in your e-boks no later than 3 weeks after the test.
Preparing for the Citizenship Test
Out of the 45 questions in total, answers to 35 of the questions can be found in the learning material which you can download (free of charge) via the link at the bottom of this page. The remaining 10 questions are random; 5 of them relating to current events and 5 of them relating to Danish values.
To pass the test, you must have a minimum of 36 correct answers, including at least 4 correct answers to the questions on Danish values.
If you would like any further information on the Citizenship Test, please contact:
Liv West Eliasen
If you have any questions relating to the requirements to apply for citizenship or any actual citizenship cases, please contact the Citizenship Office at the Ministry of Immigration and Integration.