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The driving theory test is made up of two parts - a multiple choice test containing 50 questions and a hazard perception test in which you need to identify 15 developing hazards from 14 video clips. The pass marks are 43 on the multiple choice questions and 44 on the hazard perception test. You will need to pass both parts within the same sitting.
I provide all of my clients with a login to access the Theory Test Pro website. This is free of charge, as part of my service to you. On the website you can take practice tests using official questions from the DSA.  There are also lots of hazard perception videos to practice on, as well as tutorials on how the system works.
Part 1 - The Theory Test 

Using a touch screen computer, you will have 57 minutes to answer 50 questions. The pass mark is 43 correct answers. Before starting your theory test, you will be given the opportunity to do some practice questions to get used to the screens and how the system works.

You will be given your test results before you leave the theory test center.

Part 2 - The Hazard Perception Test

Before starting the test, you will be shown a tutorial video, explaining how the test works.

The hazard perception test involves you watching a series of 14 video clips, all of which feature various everyday road scenes. During the video clips there will be potential hazards and some will lead to developing hazards which could include vehicles, pedestrians or both. It is these developing hazards which you will need to identify.

The test is taken sitting at a desktop computer, using a mouse. The objective is to click the mouse button as soon as you see a hazard developing in to a situation which may cause the driver to take action. For example, changing speed or direction. The sooner a response is made, the higher your score will be. There are a total of 15 scoring hazards in the test. 13 clips containing one scoreable hazard and 1 other clip which contains two scoreable hazards.

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The following list of website links will take you to various sites that provide advice for learner drivers and Online Mock Testing:


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Booking your theory test:

Booking online
To book a theory test online you will need:

  • a valid UK driving licence
  • a valid email address
  • a valid debit or credit card for payment

To book a theory test visit:  http://direct.gov.uk/booktheorytest

To check, change or cancel a theory test visit:  http://direct.gov.uk/changetheorytest

To book a practical test visit:  http://direct.gov.uk/bookpracticaltest

To check, change or cancel a practical test visit:  http://direct.gov.uk/changepracticaltest

Booking by phone
You can book a theory test over the phone on 0870 0101372, from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm, Monday to Friday, except on Bank Holidays, and 8.00 am to 4.00 pm on Saturdays.

Booking by post
To book a theory test by post you will need an application form. Application forms are available online from the DSA website http://www.dsa.gov.uk, on request from the Driving Standards Agency booking line or from theory and practical test centres. Payment can be made by cheque or postal order, but cash payments are not accepted.

Cancelling or rescheduling a test
You can reschedule or cancel a test over the phone via the booking line or you can do it online. Providing you give us three clear working days notice you can:

  • move or change your appointment
  • cancel your appointment
  • have a full refund of test fee
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