how to pass your theory test
You’ll get a letter with a pass certificate number at the test centre. You need this when you book and take your driving test.
You’ll get a letter at the test centre. It’ll tell you which parts you did not score enough points on so you know what to practise.
It’s not just a lack of preparation that catches out some candidates. Some fail because they don’t know what’s expected of them. Others may have problems reading and/or writing, but if that applies to you there’s help available. You could be given extra time to answer the questions, or if you prefer you can listen to the questions rather than read them.
If you have hearing problems, the last thing you’ll want is more stuff being spoken instead of written down. That’s why the DVSA can help with a video of the test in British Sign Language. This will display on the computer screen, so you can get through your test more comfortably.
We provide easy to understand, fun and up-to-date official DVSA (from the people who make the test) revision content at the touch of your fingers, so you’re twice as likely to pass first time
Over 950 revision questions just like those in the real test.
Because so many people use our site to test their knowledge, we have a rich history of data on each test question (over 1,000 multiple choice questions from the DVSA revision question bank). This means we can see which questions people struggle with and which ones they find easy.
We’ve analysed the data from the last 100,000 quiz attempts on this site. We’ve then looked at the percentage of people that got each question correct. This has revealed the most difficult theory test questions.
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Everything you need to know about the theory and hazard perception tests.
To practice the theory test, we have all the published questions available here for free, as well as many tips, tricks and other advice, including 16 hazard perception tests, that will help you pass the theory test with ease.
Once you have your provisional Licence, you can then start thinking about your theory test. You need to pass your theory test before you can take your practical driving test.
A theory test is made up of two parts taken at the same time – hazard perception and multiple-choice questions.