Before the test starts you'll be given instructions on how it works.

You can choose to do a practice session of multiple-choice questions to get used to the layout of the test.

At the end of the practice session the real test will begin.

How the multiple-choice part works.

A question and several possible answers will appear on a computer screen - you have to select the correct answer. Some questions may need more than one answer.

Car Theory Time allowed 60 minutes You will need to get 43 out of 50.

The hazard perception part.

Before you start the hazard perception part, you'll be shown a short video clip about how it works.

You'll then be shown a series of video clips on a computer screen. The clips:

feature every day road scenes contain at least one developing hazard - but one of the clips will feature two developing hazards. A developing hazard is something that may result in you having to take some action, such as changing speed or direction.

How the hazard perception scoring works

The earlier you notice a developing hazard and make a response, the higher you will score. The most you can score for each developing hazard is five points.

To get a high score you need to:

respond to the developing hazard during the early part of its development press the mouse button as soon as you see a hazard developing, You won't be able to review your answers to the hazard perception test.

If you click continuously or in a pattern during a clip a message will appear at the end. It will tell you that you have scored zero for that particular clip.

Car Theory 14 CLIPS, You will need to get a score of 44 out of 75 points.

Driving theory test fees £23.00 (correct as from 01/03/24)

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