THEORY TEST SHEFFIELD

The theory test sheffield has been designed to test your reading of the road. You will learn all about road signs and general road etiquette as well as anticipating hazards. It was introduced in July 1996 and is now a touch screen computer based multiple choice test and must be passed before the practical driving test can be booked, this does not mean however that it must be passed before starting your driving lessons. The theory driving test consists of 50 questions with the pass mark being 43 correct answers.

Immediately after your theory test, you will watch a series of video clips, each showing potential hazards involving road conditions, pedestrians or road users. The Theory Test was introduced in November 2002, it is delivered on a computer and you respond by clicking the mouse button. It consists of 14 video clips, in each clip there will be at least one developing hazard but one of the clips will feature two developing hazards. The earlier you respond to these developing hazards the higher score you will achieve, the maximum score you could achieve is 75 points, that's 5 points/clip. At the moment the pass mark is 43.

Why not give our free theory test a try

Use the free online test link and simply complete the test.

All our Driving Lessons in Sheffield will provide you with free home study Mock Driving Test papers and hazard perception cd's on your driving lessons so you can practice at home in your own time for as long as it takes to feel confident in achieving The Theory Driving Test Pass. Take a minimum of 10 driving lessons with an instructor before attempting the theory test so you are familiar with being on the road and can apply what you are learning to practical situations and can recognise hazards.

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