Driver CPC Case Studies Test (Module 2)
About the Driver CPC Case Studies
If you don’t want to drive for a living the case studies test is not compulsory. However, you must take it if you want to drive professionally and qualify for a full Driver CPC.
Driver CPC initial qualification part two – Case Studies
Similar to your Theory Test, the case studies test is carried out on a computer and will take about one and a half hours to complete. The test will be made up of seven case studies, each one with six to eight questions. Each of the case studies will be based on real life scenarios that you are likely to come across in your everyday working life.
What is the pass mark for the Driver CPC Case Studies?
The maximum score you can achieve is 50 and the pass mark is 40.
Do I need to sit the Driver CPC Case Studies Exam?
If you already hold a Driver CPC for one vehicle category (for example PCV) and you wish to gain the Driver CPC in another category, you will need to take a part two case study conversion test. This will consist of 10 case studies with a total of 50 questions.
Watch the official DSA LGV/PCV case studies test
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