Thursday

29th Sep 2016

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Two in three failed new Danish citizenship test

Only one in three (31.2%) foreign national taking a new citizenship test in Denmark in June passed, figures from integration minister Inger Stojberg showed. "Too many did not prepare properly," Stojberg said and refused to change the test. Applicants must answer 32 of the 40 multiple-choice questions correctly, such as the role of the EU Council and which Danish restaurant has three Michelin stars. In total 2.359 took the test.

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