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Theory & Driving Tests

About The theory test

30% of people who take their theory test fail, and considering a test costs £31 each time that’s a lot of money.
However, 70% of pupils that have taken the theory test and passed the first time, have done so because they used systems like theory test pro to help them.

 

The test.

Multiple-choice questions

You have 57 minutes to answer 50 multiple-choice questions.

Before the test starts you’ll get:

  • instructions on how the test works
  • the chance to do some practice questions to get used to the screens

How the test works

A question and several possible answers appear on a screen. You have to select the right answer.

Some questions are given as a case study. The case study will:

  • show a short story that 5 questions will be based on
  • be about a real life situation you could come across when driving

Leaving a question

You can ‘flag’ questions that you want to come back to later.

Changing your answers

You can go back to any question to review and change your answer at any point.


After the multiple-choice part you can choose to have a break of up to 3 minutes before the hazard perception part starts.
The hazard perception part

 

Before you start the hazard perception part, you’ll be shown a short video clip about how it works.
 

You’ll then be shown a series of 14 video clips on a computer screen. The clips:
• feature everyday road scenes
• contain at least one ‘developing hazard’ - but one of the clips will feature 2 ‘developing hazards’

 

A developing hazard is something that may result in you having to take some action, such as changing speed or direction.


Hazard perception test scoring
The earlier you notice a developing hazard and make a response, the higher you will score. 


The most you can score for each developing hazard is 5 points.


To get a high score you need to respond to the developing hazard as soon as you see it starting.


If you click continuously or in a pattern during a clip a message will appear at the end. It will tell you that you have scored zero for that particular clip.


Remember a hazard is something that may result in you the driver having to take some action, such as slowing down or changing your driving line.
 

You won’t be able to review your answers.


The pass mark for cars and motorcycles is 44 out of 75.
 

Take time to Practice and you will be one of the 70% who pass the theory test First time.

 

You can book your driving lessons online here.

 

 

 

Booking your tests direct with the

 

You can book your theory test online direct with the DSA by clicking here

You can book your practical driving test online direct with the DSA by clicking here

Theory & Driving Tests

About The theory test

30% of people who take their theory test fail, and considering a test costs £31 each time that’s a lot of money.
However, 70% of pupils that have taken the theory test and passed the first time, have done so because they used systems like theory test pro to help them.

 

The test.

Multiple-choice questions

You have 57 minutes to answer 50 multiple-choice questions.

Before the test starts you’ll get:

  • instructions on how the test works
  • the chance to do some practice questions to get used to the screens

How the test works

A question and several possible answers appear on a screen. You have to select the right answer.

Some questions are given as a case study. The case study will:

  • show a short story that 5 questions will be based on
  • be about a real life situation you could come across when driving

Leaving a question

You can ‘flag’ questions that you want to come back to later.

Changing your answers

You can go back to any question to review and change your answer at any point.


After the multiple-choice part you can choose to have a break of up to 3 minutes before the hazard perception part starts.
The hazard perception part

 

Before you start the hazard perception part, you’ll be shown a short video clip about how it works.
 

You’ll then be shown a series of 14 video clips on a computer screen. The clips:
• feature everyday road scenes
• contain at least one ‘developing hazard’ - but one of the clips will feature 2 ‘developing hazards’

 

A developing hazard is something that may result in you having to take some action, such as changing speed or direction.


Hazard perception test scoring
The earlier you notice a developing hazard and make a response, the higher you will score. 


The most you can score for each developing hazard is 5 points.


To get a high score you need to respond to the developing hazard as soon as you see it starting.


If you click continuously or in a pattern during a clip a message will appear at the end. It will tell you that you have scored zero for that particular clip.


Remember a hazard is something that may result in you the driver having to take some action, such as slowing down or changing your driving line.
 

You won’t be able to review your answers.


The pass mark for cars and motorcycles is 44 out of 75.
 

Take time to Practice and you will be one of the 70% who pass the theory test First time.

 

You can book your driving lessons online here.

 

 

 

Booking your tests direct with the

 

You can book your theory test online direct with the DSA by clicking here

You can book your practical driving test online direct with the DSA by clicking here

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