Motorcycle theory test
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Motorcycle theory test multiple-choice part
The motorcycle theory test multiple-choice part lasts for 57 minutes and has a pass mark of 43/50. Before the multiple-choice part starts you will see instructions on how the test works and you can do a practice session.
- 50 multiple-choice questions
- 57 minutes time limit
- the pass mark is 43/50
- Some questions are in a form of case study
The case study questions will consist of a short story and will have 5 multiple-choice questions related to it. Case study questions will provide some real life examples you could face when driving a motorbike.
What are the topics in motorbike theory test?
Topics in the multiple-choice part are:
- Motorway rules
- Safety margins
- Hazard awareness
- Other types of vehicle
- Vulnerable road users
- Incidents, accidents and emergencies
- Traffic signs
- Motorcycle handling
- Rules of the road
- Motorcycle loading
- Safety and your motorcycle
You can practise these topics and the full DVSA theory test at Theorytest.org
Motorcycle Hazard perception part
Motorcycle hazard perception part contains a series of 14 video clips. The maximum score from each clip is 5 points. You need to spot a developing hazard and response to it as soon as possible.
- 14 CGI video clips
- Pass mark for the motorcycle hazard perception is 44/75
- Maximum points from each clip: 5 points
- One of the clips contains 2 developing hazards
Tips for the motorcycle hazard perception test
- Practise online using the DVSA revision hazard perception test
- Do not click too often or you will receive 0 points.
- Try to spot the hazard early enough.
Motorcycle theory test pass rates
If you are interested of the motorbike theory test pass rates, see the table below. The table contains previous year's motorcycle theory test pass rates.
|2015||62 807||46 514||74,1|
|2014||50 301||37 468||74,5|
|2013||52 319||39 629||75,7|
|2012||73 602||54 810||74,5|
About 25% fails their first attempt. The pass rate is much higher than in the car theory test.