When most people think about passing the driving test, they most likely think straight away of the practical driving test. After all, this is probably the most nerve-racking part of the entire experience of learning to drive!
However one milestone that many seem to overlook is the Theory test. This is just as important as its practical counterpart, as you will need to pass both in order to become a qualified driver. But how do you prepare for the Theory test?
– Do your research. Take mock tests as often as possible in the run-up to your Theory test. This will help you get used to the questions, learn the correct and incorrect answers and also to adjust to the Test-style conditions. Remember that there is a Multiple Choice section as well as a Hazard Perception section, so be sure to brush up on both!
– Prepare for the day. Once you are confident you will pass your Theory test, you can apply and will be given a date and time for your test. Be sure to arrive early, and to bring both parts of your license (you will not be allowed to sit the test without them!)
– Take your time. Remember to stay calm and not rush through the exam, as this is when mistakes happen. You have 57 minutes to answer 50 questions, so read each question thoroughly and consider each possible answer before making your choice.
Best of luck from Britannia!
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