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Map: How immigrants scored on Canada's citizenship test

This map shows the success rate for applicants who took the Canadian citizenship test in 2011, according to data kept by Citizenship and Immigration Canada and obtained by The Globe and Mail. Individuals are mapped according to their country of origin. Green indicates a high success rate – meaning more people passed than failed test – while red indicates a low success rate.

Click any country to see more details about the number of applicant who passed or failed.

Source: Citizenship and Immigration Canada

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