Theory Test

Evolution Driving School can provide a service that can help you study towards passing the theory test. We use an online programme called Theory Test Pro. It has everything you need to pass first time. You can practice multiple choice questions by topic, hazard perception tests with feedback, or alternatively revise the highway code. 82% of Theory Test Pro Students pass first time (UK average is 41%). We’ve received some great feedback from our customers over the years about this service. Don’t settle for books or CD’s from unofficial vendors – TTP uses official content from the DSA. They update their question bank automatically whenever the DSA issues a new set of questions.

Multiple Choice questions

The theory test has been designed by the Driving Standards Agency to improve your driving knowledge before and after taking the practical test. The test is split into two phases, Multiple choice questions and a hazard perception video test. To begin you’ll be asked 50 questions randomly selected from a memory bank of 1000 questions. You will have to pick the correct answer out of four provided. The questions will range from the subjects listed below with the pass mark being a minimum of 43 correct answers or more. Below is a list of the subjects you’ll need to revise to master the multiple choice question phase of the theory test:

  • Accidents
  • Alertness
  • Attitude
  • Documents
  • Hazard Awareness
  • Motorway Rules
  • Other types of vehicles
  • Road and traffic signs
  • Rules of the road
  • Safety and your vehicle/motorcycle
  • Safety margins
  • Vehicle/motorcycle handling
  • Vehicle/motorcycle loading
  • Vulnerable road users


Hazard Perception Test

The hazard perception test has been designed to develop your hazard awareness when driving. There are 14 video clips on the computer screen. The clips will feature every day road scenes containing at least one ‘developing hazard’ – but one of the clips will feature two developing hazards. A developing hazard is something that may result in you having to take some action, such as changing speed or  direction. The earlier you notice a developing hazard and make a response, the higher you will score. The most you can score for each hazard is 5 points. To get a high score you will need to respond to the hazard as soon as you see it starting. Try to avoid clicking continuously or in a pattern as a message will appear at the end. It will tell you, you have scored zero for that particular clip. When taking the actual test you won’t be able to review your answers. The pass mark for cars/motorcycles is 47.

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