Have you left it to the last minute and need some expert tips to pass your Theory Test? Don’t worry, we’re here to help!
So, your Theory Test is this week and you’ve left it to the last minute to prepare; probably because you’ve got more interesting things to do…
Don’t panic, we’ll get through this together.
Here’s a quick look at our expert tips to pass your Theory Test
First things first. You’ve just got to follow our revision tips if you want to pass your Theory Test!
Driving Theory Test Revision Tips
Follow our revision tips below to help you get through the test, but remember that you’ll find it much easier if you use our Driving Theory Test 4 in 1 Appat only £4.99!
Make sure you have seen all the Theory Test questions. There are 730 in the entire DVSA revision bank to answer!
If you are using our Driving Theory Test 4 in 1 app, use the ‘Settings’ to select ‘questions not yet seen’, and ‘questions previously answered incorrectly’ to make sure you’re answering every question.
Make sure you recap the hardest topics such as stopping distances, reflective studs, essential documents, emergency vehicles and safety in your vehicle.
Make sure you’re passing at least 5 mock Theory Tests consecutively and have at least 5 minutes to spare at the end of each one.
Make sure you are flagging any difficult theory questions and revisit them at the end.
Carefully read each Theory Test question and answer choices, and then read the question again to ensure you answer correctly! We advise you spend around 1 minute per question.
What do I need to take to the Theory Test with me?
You’ll need your UK provisional driving licence with you to be allowed to take the Theory Test. So, make sure you know where it is as a new one can take up to 15 days to arrive!
You’ll need to pass both parts of the Theory Test to get your hands on a certificate!
The multiple-choice part of the exam is straightforward; simply get 43 of the 50 questions correct to pass. Some of the questions are case study questions, which will be about a real-life situation you could come across when driving.
The Hazard Perception Test is the more interactive part of the test; in this section, you’ll have to watch 14 one-minute clips which feature at leastone developing hazard.
The DVSA wants to keep you on your toes by featuring two developing hazards in one of the videos, so watch out for that one.
You need to click the mouse whenever you see a hazard developing. Each hazard carries a maximum score of five, and you’ll gain more points for spotting hazards earlier!