Multiple choice test

Multiple choice part of the driving theory test is performed using a computer. The car theory test has 50 multiple-choice questions and the learner must answer at least 43 of them correctly to pass. Lorry and Bus theory tests have 100 questions and the pass mark is 85 out of 100.

Practise for theory test with these exercises:

Each question may have more than one correct answer. All 50 multiple-choice questions must be answered. All questions are randomly selected from a database of thousands questions.

The official DVSA test allows 15 minutes practice time at the start of the exam to get used to answering the questions. The multiple choice test takes 57 minutes although learners with special needs can apply for more time. To pass the test, 43 of the 50 questions (86%) must be answered correctly.

To answer a question, the user touches a choice of answer from the listed answers on the computer screen. 

The Learner is allowed to go back to a question at any time. The user can also flag questions if they are unsure of in order to find and return to it quickly and easily later.

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Practise for the Hazard perception part

Remember to practise for the hazard test. Every year in the UK the theory test is taken over 1.5 million times. Every 2nd learner fails their theory test. Mostly the reason is the new CGI hazard perception test where the developing hazards appears suddenly. You should practise only with the DVSA created revision videos, they are most realistic and similar with the actual test. Find here the DVSA hazard perception test

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