Before you can book a practical driving test, you
must pass the theory test.
There are two sections to your theory test.
This part of the test consists of 50 multiple
choice questions and you must score 43 or more to
The test is conducted on a touch screen computer.
The question and a selection of answers will appear on the
screen - all you have to do is touch the screen on the answer(s)
you deem to be correct. You have the option to
change your answer if you make a mistake and also to go back to
previous questions if you wish to recheck your answers.
You have 57 minutes to complete this
part of the test and you will be given full instructions on
how to operate the screen aswell as a short practice
session before you begin.
is the hazard perception part of the
test. This is also delivered on the computer
but you respond by clicking a button on the mouse. You
will be presented with a series of 14 video clips which
feature every day road scenes. In each clip there`ll be at
least one developing hazard, but one of the clips will feature
two developing hazards.
achieve a high score you`ll need to respond to the developing
hazard during the early part of its development. The maximum
you can score on each hazard is five.
won`t be able to review your answers to the hazard perception
test; as on the road, you`ll only have one chance to respond to
the developing hazard.
pass mark for the hazard perception part of the theory test is 44
out of 75.
Once You have completed both
sections you will be given your results immediatly. You
must pass both sections at the same time to achevie a Pass
are many books available to help you study for the Theory test
and your Peppers Driving Instructor will be able to give you
further assistance and help. Your Instructor will also be
able to supply you with the Theory test application form and
advise you of your nearest Theory Test Centre.
For pupils who are able
to visit our premises in Newton Abbot, we can offer Theory
Test training and the opportunity to do a Mock Theory Test on our