Theory Test Training

Theory Test Training Preparation

For learners to acquire a full driving license, learners must face 2 major hurdles. One of this is the Theory test. After obtaining a provisional driving license, learners can start their theory test training. The theory test is divided into 2 parts. .

Theory Test Exam

The first part is the multiple-choice theory test consist of 50 questions which will include the following topics;

  • >> The Highway Code - First published in the year 1931, the highway code consist of mandatory road rules, information, guide and advice that applies to all road users. It includes information on road signs and marking as well as vehicle markings and road safety rules.
  • >> Know your Traffic Signs - In order to ensure the safety of all road users road users are required to know their traffic signs. Traffic signs play an important role in informing, managing and directing road users behaviour and ensure road safety for the general public.
  • >> DVSA Essential Skills – Published to help all road users, whether learner or instructors. on how to improve their driving skills, maintain safety while driving as well as tips on how to further improve a drivers techniques when driving

Learners will be given 57 minutes to complete the 50 multiple-choice questions. Learners needs to answer 43 out of the 50 multiple-choice questions to pass the test. Before the test, learners will be given a chance to do a few practice rounds before the actual test. .

Hazard Perception Exam

The second part of the Theory test is the hazard perception test. In this section, learners are shown a series of video clips that shows common road scenes and corresponding developing hazard. The learners goal is to identify each developing hazard all through out the 14 clips shown.

A Developing Hazard is any event that could possibly cause the road user to take action whilst driving like suddenly changing directions or vehicle speed. Learners can score as high as 5 points for each developing hazard that they can identify. Learners can score up to 75 points out of the 14 clips that they are shown. To pass the test learners need to get at least score 44 points out of the 75 points given to pass.