Driving Theory Test Questions
Recently the questions used within the theory test have been altered by the Driving Standards Agency and with their additional change of heart these questions are no longer published for students to revise.
The theory test is split in 2 sections, the first section is the theory test and the second is the hazard perception test, please click here for more information on the hazard perception part of the test.
The current theory test consists of 50 multiple choice questions connected to the Highway Code and anything relating to driving. The DSA have set the required pass mark to 43, meaning that you must answer 43 or more questions correctly in order to achieve a pass.
You can practice 2 free mock tests on the DSA’s website “Safe Driving for Life” click here to open the page.
Studying for your exam.
Your driving instructor will help you as much as possible with your theory test study, however they will normally do this as part of your practical lessons whilst you are driving.
It is vital that you study away from your lesson in order to achieve the required pass marks. The DSA have made it easier to access study materials online and we highly recommend you take your time to absorb these resources.
1) Online (Free) Highway Code (Click Here)