There’s no way to guarantee a pass, but making sure you’re ready for your theory test is the best way to get that step closer to your driving licence.
Our top tips for passing your theory test
#1. Practice makes perfect
The more you practice, the more prepared you’ll feel for your theory test. Make sure you’ve done enough practice to pull the facts off the top of your head.
#2. But don’t just memorise questions and answers
You won’t be able to find the official questions which you’ll face in your theory test because they’re not published by the DVSA. This means memorising questions and answers won’t work. Instead, make sure your knowledge of the subject areas is up to scratch.
#3. Know a hazard when you see one
The hazard perception test is the second part of the theory test. You’ll have to be able to identify developing hazards from a series of short clips and must click at the right time to score maximum points.
Our hazard perception video will give you a good idea of what to expect on the test and at what stage a hazard is considered to be ‘developing’.
On the day
#5. Give yourself plenty of time
The last thing you want to be doing on the day of your theory test is running for the bus. Leave yourself plenty of time to get there so that you turn up feeling calm and ready rather than stressed and un-prepared.
#6. Don’t rush
You’ll be given 57 minutes to complete the multiple choice part of the theory test, so there’s no need to rush. Make sure you leave yourself time at the end of the test to go back and check your answers – you never know where you might have made a silly mistake!