Welcome to the online theory test from the Bill Plant Driving School
Wrong test? Click here for the Hazard Perception Test
First; a note regarding the DSA's changes to the theory test The Driving Standards Agency has not changed the way that you will sit the test. You will still be faced with a computer screen, 50 multiple choice questions, and a hazard perception part of the test that will still give you 14 videos and ask you to click when you see a hazard developing (15 hazards will develop).
|Pass Mark Required for the Multiple Choice Section||43 out of 50|
|Pass Mark Required for the Hazard Perception Section||44 out of 75|
You need to pass both sections of the Theory Test to pass.
"So what are the differences then?"
Revision - Understanding - Knowledge
These are the keywords that have become the focus of the DSA when it comes to the theory test.
The DSA want you to understand why a correct answer is correct, and why others are wrong and may pose danger to yourself and/or other road users.
Some of the pre-written questions that are in circulation in various formats will no longer be asked on the test, and eventually the majority of the questions that are available to be learned by rote (parrot fashion - no actual understanding required) will be phased out. The DSA have released educational text for candidates to learn from. Understanding the reasoning behind theory questions will make driving in general a safer experience for everyone.
The online theory test is a great way of gaining valuable experience as to what the real theory test will be like. We have a database of over 900 different questions to test your driving knowledge.
Remember though, this is not the real driving theory test but a simulation.
The online theory test system is simple to use. If you have forgotten your password, or you haven't recieved it from your instructor, then call us on our free phone number - 0330 555 2254 - to get the password, or just use our livechat feature to the right.
Remember you can practice your online theory as much as you want!
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