Find the answer to your question about UK driving theory test
- How much the theory test costs?
- How to book your theory test?
- What is the pass mark of theory test?
- How many questions are in the theory test?
- How can I practice to hazard perception test?
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How much theory test costs?
DVSA Car and motorcycle theory test costs £23. The price is same at weekdays and weekends. Remember that these are the official prices, unofficial web sites may charge you more. Check the latest price from GOV.UK -site.
How much is the practical test?
After the theory test you need to take the practical test, and normally the price for a car driving test is £62 and weekends £75.
How to book theory test 2016?
Rule number one, use the official GOV.UK web site to book your theory test. Any other website may charge you more. When booking your theory test, you need your provisional driving licence and email address. If you fail your theory test, you need to wait 3 days to be able to try again.
UK Theory Test 2016 pass mark for car and motorcycle multiple choice test is 43/50. Hazard perception part includes 14 video clips and pass mark is 44/75. You need to pass both, multiple choice and hazard perception to pass the whole test. About 40% failed at the first attempt in 2013. So remember to practice enough. Read more about PCV theory test.
How many questions are in theory test 2016?
Car and motorcycle theory test includes 50 multiple-choice questions and 14 hazard perception video clips. After multiple- choice questions you will have 3 minutes pause before hazard perception clips.
You should practice for the hazard perception test by using online training material. Just watching YouTube videos is not enough. Hazard perception part includes 14 video clips and pass mark is 44/75. We recommend you to use only sites like theorytest.org which has the DVSA revision hazard perception CGI clips. That is the closest to the actual test you can get. All hazard perception clips in the test contain 1 developing hazard, but one clip will contain 2 hazards.