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How can we help you prepare for your driving theory test?

We offer several products and services to help people prepare for their GB/NI Theory and Hazard Perception tests:

We also offer some free advice and suggestions through various web resources:

If you purchase one of our 4in1 Android/Apple apps...

We'd suggest you work through all the questions in the Theory Test.  If you use the "Practice" option you can chose to see 10/20/30/40/50 questions at a time (depending on you feel) and select to see "Questions not previously seen".  Take time to read and understand the "explanations" available for each question since your apps include "revision" questions licensed from the DVSA so it's important you understand why an answer is correct (and not just that, for example, answer "B" is correct for question 12) so that you can then apply that understanding to the similar (but not identical) questions you'll see in the real test to know the correct answer.

Progress to taking repeated mock tests, ultimately concentrating on questions "previously answered incorrectly" until you're repeatedly and easily passing these mock tests and understanding why the answers you're selecting are correct (not just remembering which answer to select for each question).

Take care when you see questions about stopping/braking/thinking distance as they aren't the same - read the question carefully to be sure which specific distance you're being asked about.  Do remember that our free apps do NOT include all the DVSA revision questions - only the apps you have to buy include all those revision questions.

The following articles provide some advice about the Hazard Perception portion of the test:

The Highway Code section of your app allows you to read through the HWC and to mark those sections that you're read and understand (by touching the section marker, so it changes to green colour) - you can do this gradually until you've read the whole guide and ticked off all the sections.

The Road Signs section provides quiz and game options, which you can use to break up your study a bit.

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