Theory Test / Hazard Perception
All new drivers have to pass a Theory and Hazard Perception test before they can take their practical driving test. Of course, once you start studying for your Theory and Hazard Perception test, I will help you along the way so that you pass first time. Please note that you must pass both parts together to pass this test.
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The Theory test consists of 50 multiple choice questions that are taken from a bank of over 1,000 DSA Theory test questions all based on the Highway Code and road safety matters. You will need to answer 43 questions or above correctly out of 50 to pass this section of the test.
The Hazard Perception part of the test consists of 14 video clips on a computer screen of approximately one minute each. You will need to watch these clips as if you were driving. Scoring is between 0 and 5 for each hazard.
There will be 15 hazards to find – at least 1 in each clip. However, one clip will have 2 hazards. The sooner you click your mouse button when you think you can see a hazard developing, the higher your score will be. You must score 44 or higher out of a possible 75 marks to pass this section of the test.
To book your Theory Test, visit the gov.uk website, the cost of this test is £23. The cost of the practical driving test is £62.
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