1. Book the test
You will need to book your Driving theory test at one of the approved test centre. For booking the test you will need to follow this link:
Make sure you have your Provisional licence and Debit/Credit card in Hand as you will need to fill in your provisional licence details and pay £23 for the booking.
2. Prepare for your test
Make sure you have plenty of time to prepare for your test. In your actual test you will be given 50 multiple questions on a computer screen. You will have to correctly answer 43 to pass the test. Therefore make sure you have studied official DVSA learning material before you go to your actual test.
3. Read questions carefully
Make sure you have read and understood the questions carefully before you answer it. You would be surprised how many wrong answers you can avoid just by reading and understanding what actually the question is asking.
4. Don’t memorise the questions and answers
There are hundreds of online websites where you could practice your multiple choice questions. However keep in mind in your actual exam you do not get exactly the same questions which you have practiced on these websites.
5. Practice Hazard Perception Test
Your driving theory test is divided in two parts:
• Multiple choice questions and
• Hazard perception test.
You will only get pass certificate if you have passed both the tests at the same time. If you fail any part of the test you will fail the test and you will not get the certificate.
Hazard perception test will have 14 video clips where you would have to click on potential or arising hazards. You will need to gain 66 marks out of 75 to pass hazard perception test.
To pass this test, be careful and alert while video is playing. Only click when you have actually seen hazard. Clicking too early or too late will lose you marks.
At Bright Learning we can teach you tips and tricks that you need to pass your test first time.
6. Mock Test
Once you are sure that you have practiced enough and ready for the test. Do some Mock test to know how many marks you get. If you are failing your mock test at home then it is very rare that you will pass your actual test.
On the day
7. Give yourself plenty of time
On the test day make sure you have plenty of time to get to the test centre so that you turn up calm and ready rather than stressed and unprepared. Arrive minimum 20-30 before your test starts.
8. Do not forget your Provisional Licence
Make sure you take your provisional licence with you on the test day. As you will not be allowed to sit in the test without Provisional Licence and you will not get refund of your test fee either.
9. Flag Tricky Questions
In the Actual Driving theory test you will have 57 minutes to answer 50 multiple choice questions. If you get stuck on a question, do not waste time on it. You can flag the question as unanswered and move to the next one. Once you answered rest of the questions, come back and check your flagged questions to answer at the end.
10. Why choose Bright Learning to prepare for Driving Theory Test
At the Bright Learning Centre, we are fully aware that every learner is different so using the same teaching method for all learner will not help. We recognise individual learning needs to provide relevant support needed to pass the test. Following are the reasons that learners choose to learn at Bright Learning:
• Free Initial Assessments
• Pay once until you pass
• Different Teaching & Learning Approaches
• 99% pass rates
• Flexible classes
• Weekend & Evening Classes
• Multilingual, Helpful and Experienced Tutors
• Friendly and comfortable Learning Environment
• Learner pass their test First Time