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Ways to pass driving test

Driving test:

There are two parts of driving theory test i.e. multiple-choice test and the hazard perception test. Both must be passed in the same attempt to get theory test certificate. Once you clear driving theory test then only you will be able to appear for driving practical test.

Multiple-choice test is the first part of driving theory test which consist of 50 questions out of which you need to answer 43 questions right and the time limit is 57 minutes. You can also go for a practice session of the multiple choice questions to get used to the layout of the test. At the end of the practice session the real test will begin. This session is being designed to test your understanding of the theory behind driving.

Hazard perception test is the second part of driving theory test in which you will be shown 14 clips of 1 minute each having 15 hazards in all (1 clip will have 2 hazards respectively). Once you are done with hazard perception test you'll be invited to answer few customer survey questions. This session is designed to test your alertness of potential hazards whilst driving.

Unlike multiple choice questions, for the hazard perception test there are no separate versions for different vehicles e.g. car, bike, heavy vehicle etc, each vehicle category takes the same test, however the pass mark is different for different categories of tests.

If you pass one part and fail the other you will fail the whole driving theory test, and need to attempt for the test again. Pass driving test with driving test CD, driving test DVD and driving test software.

If you are preparing for your driving theory test, it is important that you study all the latest official theory test questions published by DSA with the help of theory CD and theory DVD.

Theory test (multiple choice questions) features:

1. Latest DSA official driving theory test questions and answers for car and bike. Access complete official latest DSA driving theory test questions bank from which actual exam questions are chosen. Know exactly what to expect in exam so no surprises.
2. Latest DSA official driving theory test questions and answers for car and bike.
3. Progress monitor, review complex questions. Try our unique study pattern and you just can't fail.
4. See all preparation statistics; see where you are getting wrong and how many times.
5. Solve unlimited random mock tests with different questions every time.
5. Includes new case study style questions for car and bike.
7. Improve your weak areas/skills, graphical progress monitor.

Hazard perception test features:

1. Includes interactive hazard perception clips.
2. Over 70+ interactive hazard perception practice test clips, including official DSA practice clips, hazard perception test tips and hints, scoring mechanism demonstration graphics.

Bonus feature:

1. Latest Highway Code rules and regulations with road and traffic signs

Driving practical test:

2. Show me tell me questions.
3. Interactive driving test manoeuvres.
4. Detailed advice on how to pass your DSA practical test and DSA hazard perception test.
5. Eager to drive on the road? What you need to know about driving on the road.

6. Why hazard perception clips so important in driving theory test

Hazard perception test has been introduced in the driving theory test since new drivers are irrationally involved in accidents, mostly in the first months after passing a driving test. It has been demonstrated that drivers who have taken hazard perception test training have much better hazard test skills.

Hazard perception test free clips plays a very vital role as it reduces number of deaths on the roads. While driving there are some hazards driver has to look such as huge vehicles moving over to your side of the road, loose pets and farmyard animals, changes in the traffic movement and volume, junctions and roundabouts, horse riders, weather conditions of the day, road surfaces, parked vehicles, hidden junctions and turns.

A driver has to face all this obstacles and make his own way. It is a process where examinee will be shown 14 clips in which there will be 15 hazards.