Did you know that there are over 960 questions in the multiple choice Theory Test question bank for car drivers? So without the correct preparation it’s no wonder why almost 4 in 10 Theory Tests result in a fail (36%).
The DVSA have released the top 5 categories where candidates incurred the greatest number of incorrect answers in the car multiple choice part of the Theory Test:
1. Vulnerable road users
2. Road and traffic signs
3. Safety margins
4. Hazard awareness
5. Motorway rules
The pass rate has decreased slightly over the last few years, but this is not because the test is getting harder. The Theory Test is no more difficult now than when it was introduced back in 1996. Along with other factors, what is more likely to be the case is that candidates are turning up for their test unprepared.
As with anything in life, if you want to achieve a first time pass, preparation is the key to success. It’s essential that you are fully prepared before you apply for your Theory Test, otherwise you run the risk of failing your test and throwing your hard-earned money down the drain.
But with the help of Driving Test Success, you can make sure you walk away from the test centre clutching your pass certificate and wearing a big smile!
Driving Test Success Online not only contains EVERY official DVSA question that you will be asked in your Theory Test, but you can practise questions from official DVSA categories (including the top 5 categories where candidates incurred the greatest number of incorrect answers), so you can be sure that there won’t be any nasty surprises on the big day!
On top of the complete theory test question bank you’ll also have access to hundreds of interactive hazard perception clips, over 50 practical driving lesson videos, the latest Highway Code, Show Me, Tell Me and a full mock driving test with examiner debrief. It seems crazy to waste £25 of your hard-earned money when you can have access to all the above from as little as £5.
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