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Tina - 08/02/2017
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A week long bout of revision here led to the successful completion of the actual motorcycle theory test in Ilford today. A great resource that proved invaluable in achieving 48/50 on the theory part and 69/75 on the hazard perception. (28/06/2016)
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I passed. I found practising on this site very helpful. Hazard test practice is a must. Thank You
I have failed twice before because of the hazard perception and once I started to use this website, I passed my theory third time today so thank you :)
Thanks to this website I passed the hazard perception test. 66 points out of 75. Thank you.
I took the theory test and passed the second time. Just wanted to say thanks!
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Probably the best hazard perception practice available online.
This theory test really helped. I just took my test today and passed!
The theory test is made up of 2 parts; the hazard perception part and the multiple-choice part.
If you fail one part you fail the whole test.
A pass mark for the multiple-choice test in the car theory test is 43/50, which means you need to get a score of 43 or higher.
So the pass mark for the multiple-choice is therefore 86%.
The second part of the UK theory test is the Hazard Perception test. Hazard test has a maximum score of 75 and to pass
you need to score 44 or higher. So the pass mark for the hazard perception test is approximately 59%.
In 2017 the theory test remains the same as in the previous year.
On 12 January 2015, DVSA introduced new CGI hazard perception video clips. The new CGI clips replace old filmed clips in the hazard test. The amount of the multiple choice questions and hazard clips remains same.
Car theory test
Car theory test fee £23
Driving test fee £62
Extended driving test for disqualified drivers fee £124
Car and trailer Driving test weekdays: £115, evenings, weekends: £141
Book your theory test using the official DVSA theory test service. If you book with any other booking service, you may be charged more. You can book your theory test for car, motorcycle, lorry or bus theory test.
What you need to book your theory test:
Your provisional driving licence number
Valid email address
a credit or debit card
Remember that if you just failed your theory test, you need to wait at least 3 working days before taking it again. Book your theory test by phone from the GOV.UK site
The official Hazard perception test contains 14 videos (each approximately 1 minute). Each clip contains 1 developing hazard, but one clip will have 2 hazards. You need to react as quickly as possible to potential hazards as they appear. To practise for the hazard perception part, we recommend you to use online mock hazard perception tests. Read more about hazard perception test and practise online with the official DVSA revision mock hazard perception test.
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