Tests

Your Driving test.
Your Test comes in two parts:

  • The Theory Test

This comes in two parts, a multiple choice and a Video test.
You have to pass the Theory Test before doing the Practical Driving Test

  • The Practical Driving Test, (where you drive the car),

Details of the Driving part are on the Driving Page, here we guide you towards passing the Theory Test.

The Theory Test.

Both parts of this test have to be passed before you take the Practical Driving Test
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The Multiple choice test.

The first allows you up to 60 minutes to complete a 50 question multiple choice test.
In order to pass this part of the test it is necessary to score a minimum of 43 marks.

Details of how to prepare for this test are here.
If you have any questions, at any stage, please ask your Instructor. They want to help.

Hazards Test

The second part consists of watching 14 video clips and spotting ‘developing hazards’.
Every clip except one contains a single specific hazard that you must spot. One of the clips contains two specific hazards.
Each hazard is worth a maximum of five marks. The sooner you spot actual danger the higher your mark.
The pass mark is 44 out of 75.

Details of how we show you how to judge hazards are here.
If you have any questions, at any stage, please ask your Instructor. They want to help.

It is necessary to pass both parts at the same sitting to pass the Theory Test. It is not possible to take a Practical Driving Test unless you have passed a Theory Test or have an exemption due to holding a particular full licence in some other category.