There are two parts of the Driving Theory test; a muliple choice test and hazard perception.
– The Highway Code
– Know your traffic signs
– How to identify and respond to a hazard.
– Looking for clues
– The ‘mirror – signal – manoeuvre’ routine
– Scanning and planning
– Prioritising hazards
– Cutting down the risks
– Responding to hazards
The multiple choice test has 50 questions and you need to get 43 to pass. The hazard perception pass mark is 44/75
Once you’ve completed this course, you will be ready to book your driving theory test at a local UK test centre.
Is it for me?
This course is for individuals applying for their driving theory test.
An English Test is required first to assess that you are Entry Level 3 or above.Classwork and assessments will take place during the course and the test at the end of the course will be at a UK test centre.
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