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Andrew's School of Motoring

136a St. Johns Road

Woking GU21 7PS

 

Tel: +44 1483 776716

Tel: 07771 781995

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Theory Test

You will need to pass your Theory and Hazard Perception test before you can book your practical car test. Although I will help you with the knowledge of the Highway Code during the course of your driving lessons, it would be benifical to you to do some homework at home, saving you time and money.

 

The Theory Test contains 50 multiple choice questions which you will be required to score 43 or more to pass.

 

The Hazard Perception Test requires you to watch 14 one minute video clips, where you will need to identify 15 developing hazards (beware one video clip has two hazards). You will need to score 44 out of a possible 75 to pass this section.

 

You must pass both Theory and Hazard Perception at the same time to get an overall pass.

Practical Driving Test

Your driving test will start with an eyesight check and a couple of safety questions. You will then start the practical driving test which will include a specific maneouvre and approximately ten minutes of independant driving.

 

The driving part of your test will last about 40 minutes. Througout the test the examiner will be looking for an overall standard of driving, including when you are carrying out the set exercise.

The driving test is straight forward and has been designed to see if you:

  • can drive safely
  • know The Highway Code and can demonstrate this through your driving.

 

For further information about the Theory and Practical Driving Test,

please visit: www.dsa.gov.uk

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