Theory Test Training
How to train for your theory test.
Theory and Hazard Perception Training
Before anyone can take a practical driving test they must pass the theory test first. You can start your driving lessons before you pass your theory test, in fact, this is probably the best way to prepare, as we can help you and advise you on your theory preparation.
There are many excellent smartphone apps, websites, books, DVDs to help you to prepare that range in price. You can also get advice on your driving lessons to help you.
When booking your Theory Test always use the official DVSA booking site.
The test has two parts
The theory tests has two parts, you will need to pass both parts in order to pass the test.
Multiple choice questions
You will need to answer 50 multiple choice questions on a range of different subjects relating to driving, road safety, road signs and the highway code. When answering the theory questions it is important that you read wach question carefully and select what you think is the correct answer.
The pass mark is 43 out of 50.
You will need to watch a series of hazard perception video clips. All you need to do is watch the clips carefully and click the mouse when you see a ‘developing hazard’. The earlier you notice the hazard the more points you score – the later you spot the hazard the fewer points you score. If you miss the hard completely then you will score zero for that clip.
Make sure you prepare carefully for this part of the test. This test has recently been updated by the DVSA.
The pass mark is 44 out of 75.
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