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Becoming A Theory Test Pro

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How to become a Theory Test pro

If you want to become a Theory Test pro then it’s essential that you put in plenty of practice. Did you know that there are over 1,200 questions in the official DVSA Theory Test revision question bank? All of these questions have been licensed directly from the Driving Standards Agency (DVSA) – the people who set the tests. And what’s more, you’ll find all the latest questions in all our Driving Test Success Theory Test products, so you can be confident that you’re on the road to becoming a Theory Test pro, whilst using our Driving Test Success software!

Step by step guide on how to become a Theory Test pro

So where do you start? Well, first off it’s essential that you are familiar with and understand the rules of the road within The Highway Code. You’ll find the very latest edition in all our Theory Test software that you can read, search and print. Your next steps at becoming a Theory Test pro are to start on the Theory Test practice sessions. These are designed to allow you practice questions from individual or multiple categories – perfect bite-sized revision!

Help and advice to become a Theory Test pro

You’ll notice that all the Theory Test questions have an official DVSA explanation linked to them. We strongly advise you to make good use of these as they will help you to understand the background behind each of the questions. By spending a little extra time reading and understanding this information, you’ll be amazed at how quickly your scores start to improve! Make sure you keep a close eye on the progress monitor. Our software automatically keeps a track of your progress and will show you the questions or categories that need more attention BEFORE you sit your test!

Take the mock tests and become a Theory Test pro!

Once you are confident that you are progressing with the practice sessions, it’s time to move onto the mock tests. These have been carefully developed to ensure that they are as close to the official test as possible. You’ll be asked 50 multiple choice questions – 45 single questions and the last 5 multiple choice questions will be linked to a case study scenario. You will be timed (57 minutes in total) and you’ll have the ability to ‘flag’ a question just like in the real test.

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