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Driving Standards Agency i. e. DSA introduced the driving theory test in 1996. According to this DSA, new learners and drivers have to pass the theory test before they book their practical test. There are two types of test which every new driver has appear before applying for driving license. There are two parts to the theory test: the multiple-choice test and the hazard perception test. Both exams should be passed in the same session in order to attain a theory test certificate, which can then be used to book the practical driving test within two years of the theory pass.

The first exam is a multiple choice exam. It consists of 50 randomly selected questions, of which you must answer at least 43 correctly to pass. The test checks your knowledge of the Highway Code and the theory behind driving. You can use Highway Code book for theory test. You have 57 minutes to complete the test. There is a 15-minute practice session you can work through before starting the tests. For car and motorbike theory test you'll be asked randomly selected 45 multiple-choice questions and 5 marks case study style questions in 57 minutes and you need to get at least 43 right to pass. For Lorries and buses you'll be asked 60 questions in 70 minutes and the pass mark is 51 out of 60.

Fifty percent of the people get failed in their first driving test attempt. Even a larger proportion of candidates coming from ethnic minority backgrounds are unsuccessful at their first attempt.

Students who are not proficient in English and speak one of the languages mentioned above can use various resources in preparing for their test. One option to prepare using the Successful Driver Study programmed which allows the pupil to study in both English and translation side by side in an interactive test.

You have just under an hour to complete both the hazard perception and driving theory test. Before you can apply to take the theory test, you must have a valid provisional driving license. Before sitting the test, you should make sure you are well rested and have eaten a good breakfast - this will help you concentrate and stay calm.

You will be able to pass your hazard perception and driving theory test without any major difficulties. The first thing to understand is that most people fail the test because of the Hazard Perception Part. The questions are simply a matter of memory; the second part is where most people slip up. One of the biggest problems with the Hazard Perception Part is that it requires a strategy and you cannot just rely on skill.

An expert driving instructor should know the safe driving rules, and should be able to teach you the way to driver safely. Also some learners become nervous while driving, so these experts should know how to handle these types of learners.

Do not spend your money on multiple online DSA theory test attempt. For online driving theory test questions including new case studies and questions for driving test, visit online sites for books, CD's and PDF's.

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