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Some of the multiple choice questions will be given as a case study. The case study will depict a scenario that five questions will be based on. The subject of the scenario focuses on real life examples and experiences that drivers could come across when driving. You must score at least 43 out of 50 questions to pass this part of the test.

The second part of the Theory Test is called the Hazard Perception Test. This is also delivered on a computer but you respond by clicking a button on the mouse. You'll be presented with a series of 14 video clips which feature every day road scenes. In each clip there'll be at least one developing hazard, but one of the clips will feature two developing hazards. To achieve a high score you'll need to respond to the developing hazard during the early part of its development. The maximum you can score on each hazard is five. The pass mark for the car and motorcycle hazard perception part of the Theory Test is 44 out of 75.

You have to pass both parts of the Theory Test at the same sitting in order to pass. You will be ready to sit the test when you are achieving the pass marks in your private study. As you will see, a variety of other excellent resources are also available to you via this site, including extensive video tutorials on a number of driving subjects. There are even advice tutorials for your parents / supervising driver to further enhance and facilitate your learning.

NB It is important you don’t leave this test too late as is has to be

passed before you can book your Practical Test!


Theory and Hazard Perception Test Contact Graham May School of Motoring today! Tel : 01899-850258  Mob : 07963 - 331418  or e-mail us!

The Theory Test currently costs £23, and is split into two parts. The first is a touch screen test in which you have to select the correct answer from a number of choices. All the information upon which these questions are based can be found in The Highway Code, which is available online here.