One-to-one Theory Sessions

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In order to pass you must get at least 43 correct answers out of 50.


You will need to pass a Theory Test before you can take the Practical Driving Test.

You will be given a computer-based test containing 50 multiple choice questions which you have to complete using the touch-screen within 57 minutes.

In order to pass you must get at least 43 correct answers out of 50.

Included in the test is driver’s attitude, traffic signs and regulations, effects of alcohol, drugs and fatigue on driver’s behaviour and the safety and environmental aspects of vehicles.
 

On the 14th November 2002 the Hazard Perception Test was added to the Theory Test.

Learning to drive is equally about knowing how to be safe on the roads as it is about handling the car. Therefore much of the Theory Test concentrates on ‘reading the road’ so that learners understand how to avoid accidents.

I will assist anyone who is having difficulty with the Theory and Hazard Perception in order for a high pass mark to be achieved on the test. Normal hourly rate applies.