Some people seem to just ace tests and if you’re one of them – I’m sadly not – I must admit to being very jealous!
One thing we’re asked by a lot of our pupils is the best way to prepare for their theory test, unfortunately, we don’t have a magic bullet.
If you’re like me, then it’s a case of: revise, revise, revise.
The theory test involves 50 multiple choice questions randomly chosen from a total of over 1000. In order to pass the test you need to get 43 questions correct.
I know this sounds overwhelming to begin with, but the fact that 1000’s of people have passed shows you that it is possible to pass your theory test.
We recommend taking mock tests to get your practice in. Mark down which questions you’re getting wrong. Write the question out and write down the right answer. A good thing to try and do is really try and understand the question and think about what the correct answer is. Don’t just try and memorise the answer, but ask yourself, “why is this the correct answer?”
It really is worth the practice.
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