Theory Test

The theory test is made up of a multiple choice part and a hazard perception part.

You need to pass both parts to pass it.

Once you have passed the theory test you can then apply to take your practical driving test.

50 multiple-choice questions that are taken from a bank of over 1000 DSA theory test questions.

All based on the Highway Code and road safety matters.

The questions will include a case study - a scenario, or short story, on which five questions will be based. The case study will involve a real life situation that a driver could face whilst driving and aims to test your understanding of road safety issues and not simply your knowledge of it.

At the end of the test

At the end of the hazard perception part of the theory test you'll be invited to answer a number of customer survey questions.

You don't have to answer the questions if you don't want to, and any information given is anonymous and confidential.

The survey questions don't affect the result of the test.

When you have finished the test you may leave the examination room. Once you have left the room, you'll not be allowed to enter it again. You'll then be given your result by the test centre staff.

John Whyte Driving Tuition - Theory Driving Test
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