Getting help in using a computer
The Life in the UK Test is a computer-based exam, meaning you would use a computer in order to finish the exam. However, some people aren’t computer-literate. Some have never even seen a computer in their entire life. It might be their first time seeing one at the local test center.
Fortunately for these applicants, the United Kingdom government provides free access to computers wherever they live, so they can practice their computer skills for free or for a very low-cost. This is part of the government’s aim to educate everyone about the uses of a computer. And because this is required on taking the Life in the UK Test, everyone is invited to use this service.
Applicants and everyone who aren’t computer-literate can avail of these services on some local testing centers, or in their local libraries. You should contact your local testing center to see if they have these services.