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Theory Tests

The theory test is in two parts but both parts need to be passed at the same time before you can apply for your practical test.

The first part of the theory test is a Multiple Choice test. To pass you will need to correctly answer 43 or more questions out of 50 in a timescale of 57 minutes. These questions will be picked at random from over 1,000 questions relative to all driving topics.

The second part of the theory test is Hazard Perception.

The test consists of 14 video clips, each about one minute long, showing potential hazards involving other road users, pedestrians and road conditions. There are 15 scoreable hazards – one clip contains 2 and 13 clips contain 1. You can score up to 5 points on each hazard depending on how quickly you respond to seeing them. This is done by clicking using the button on the mouse.

You need to score at least 44 out of 75 to pass this test.

To prepare for these tests you should study the Highway Code, Theory test questions and CD ROM for hazard perception practice.

The cost for this combined test is £23 and it can be booked at www.gov.uk/book-theory-test.

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