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How can you pass your driving theory test first time?

Passing a driving test on the first time is not an easy mission. You are put under a big pressure to pass, and a failure can get you down for the next time. Also, only about 50% of driving students pass their test on the first time. It seems like parallel parking is the thing that keeps many driving students away from the license. However, there is a way.

Many learner drivers have difficulty overcoming the first obstacle of the driving test called "The Car Theory Test". Many people fail taking it whereas most gifted learner drivers are already familiar and reasonably knowledgeable about the skills and rules needed to be complied when driving that will enable them to become safe drivers. Here are a few steps or guidelines that will enable learner drivers to be confident enough in passing the online theory test first time.

The first, Quick Test, allows you to customize your test by selecting the number of questions you are asked, change the timing options and choose whether or not to include previously correctly answered questions, though it will always ask a mixture of questions from across the 14 categories. Once you've answered all the questions you go back to the start to check each answer and, when you are happy with your answers, you tap the finish button. At the end it gives you your mark and percentage, then an explanation of the correct answers, with the option to retry or go back to the Main menu.

The second mode, DSA, again allows you to customize your test, but this time you choose which one of the 14 categories you would like to answer questions from, so if you feel you need to work on a particular category you can. The easiest way to tell which area you need work on is by looking at the graph on the main menu. The graph will display the last marks you achieved in the Mock theory test; if your result appears under the pass line then those are the areas that need most work.

Custom Test is much of the same as far as customizing is concerned, but this time you select fifty questions from which categories you want by tapping the plus or minus button on each section until you have fifty. Mock Theory is the main test: you are asked fifty questions and have just under an hour minutes to complete the test. There's no customizing this time around, although you can still choose not to be asked previously correctly answered questions.

All the questions that you could be asked in your theory test are covered, with explanations for the answers too. An easy to use layout and variety of game modes, although limited, are all present. The left or right handed option is a nice, if necessary, touch. Had the game contained a two-player mode or some mini-games it would have scored more highly, but you can't fault what is actually present in the game. The lack of music gets a bit boring, but then there is no music on the real-life test day to entertain you either. The main problem is once you've passed your test, there is little to go back for