Libraries launch online support with citizenship test

This story was published 4 May 2021

North Yorkshire libraries are offering more support for anyone preparing for the Life in the UK test or British citizenship test.


One of the latest additions to North Yorkshire County Council library service’s digital offer is Go Citizen, an online study resource for candidates preparing for either of the tests.

It is an online version of the latest official study materials licensed from the Home Office, the people who write the handbook, with hundreds of practice test questions in the same format as the official test.

Go Citizen adds to the library service’s already broad digital offer to support, inform and entertain their members. 

Cllr Greg White, Executive Member for Libraries, said: “The library service provides an extensive suite of resources, from e-books to encyclopaedias, magazines to business start-up guides. Over the past year, it has responded to the challenges posed by the pandemic to further develop and deliver an excellent online service to the people of North Yorkshire.

“Go Citizen is a valuable addition and a sign of the service’s commitment to continuing to expand and innovate the digital support that complement the physical resources available in our network of libraries.”

See the full range of digital resources or download the North Yorkshire library app. Joining the library is free. Contact your local library or call 01609 533878.