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Theory Test

The theory test has two distinct parts - a question part and a hazard perception part. Both of these parts have to be passed at the same time and you need to pass the theory test before you can apply for the practical driving test.

The first part of the theory test involves 50 multiple choice questions which are displayed on a touch screen computer. The pass mark required is 43 out of 50. You can learn for the theory test using recommended resources such as books and dvd's.

Hazard Perception (HPT)
When you have completed the questions element of the test, there will be a short delay and then the hazard perception test will start. The test has 14 clips of film each of which lasts around 30 or so seconds. In total there are 15 "developing hazards" that you will need to identify by clicking the mouse. The sooner you identify the scoring hazards, the higher your score. There is a maximum of 5 points for each scoring hazard. You just need to click the mouse, not move the mouse cursor over the hazard. The pass mark for the HPT part is 44 out of 75.

We can provide full advice and support for both aspects of the theory test.





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