Fast Track Theory Test Booking
Before you can take your driving test (or even book one), you first have to tackle the theory test. As with any other test in life, preparation is the key to passing your theory test with flying colours—and taking one step closer to becoming a fully qualified driver. To help speed up your journey Best Driving School London is able to book a Fast Track Theory Test, provide Online Theory study material and Theory Tuition.
Thinking of doing your theory but have no idea where to start or where to get the study material? Don’t panic, we’ll get through this together.
It’s a huge responsibility and there’s a lot that you need to learn for your theory test, but by preparing for the questions and understanding what you should expect, there is no reason why you can’t pass the first time you take the test.
We offer our students A highly realistic online simulation of the UK's driving theory test. It contains the entire official test question bank licensed from the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) - the people who set the tests.
PASS YOUR DRIVING THEORY TEST ON YOUR FIRST ATTEMPT.
Unlimited access to all the official questions from the DSA in the same format as the official test. It includes an online version of Highway Code.
Here are our 9 best tips and tricks to help you pass your driving theory test.
- Study Ahead of Time
- Practice Makes Perfect
- Try Taking a Mock Theory Test
- Practice While on the Road
- Relax and Be Confident
- Review Your Knowledge Before the Exam
- Read the Multiple-Choice Questions Thoroughly
- Study Hazard Perception
- Don’t Worry About Failing Driving Theory Test
1. Study Ahead of Time
You have a higher chance of passing the test if you study on the online simulation program or read the Highway Code thoroughly. It’s better to study ahead of time instead of cramming at the last minute. Make sure to understand everything because what you learn will prepare you to become a great (and safe) driver for life.
2. Practice Makes Perfect
Study guides and courses are two additional great ways to study for your upcoming theory test. They provide an alternative way to grasp the subjects that can sometimes be monotonously explained in the Highway Code.
We provide a gamified experience, a summarized online simulation program with online tests – studying for your test has never been easier.
3. Try Taking a Mock Theory Test
The only way you’ll be able to gauge how well you’re studying is if you take a mock test. It will give you a realistic idea of what you can expect on the real test and help you identify your weak areas. We have made this possible for you with our online simulation program.
4. Practice While on the Road
All of us learn in various ways. So, utilizing and trying out what you’re learning while inside a car will also benefit you (even if you’re a passenger). If you are in a car with someone like one of your parents, you can ask them to spot hazards and road signs or to test you on specific scenarios while hitting the road.
5. Relax and Be Confident
On the night before your test, try to get a good night’s rest and don’t forget to eat before going to the DVSA testing centre. Research shows that skipping breakfast lowers cognitive function and work efficiency, which could lead to a failing grade on your driving theory test.
Furthermore, multiple studies have found that sleep deprivation has an adversely negative effect on memory and other vital cognitive abilities.
Without proper sleep, you’ll fail to retain much of the information you’ve spent hours studying for weeks. Make sure you get to bed early and at least 7.5 hours of sleep before your exam to ensure your body is sufficiently rested before taking the test.
6. Review Your Knowledge Before the Exam
Many students find that doing a light review of test material helps immensely on the exam. The Highway Code is full of hundreds of pages and can be a bit uncomfortable to carry to the DVSA. Our Online Simulation Program is perfect for this
7. Read the Multiple-Choice Questions Thoroughly
Although you may know every single answer on the exam, read the question two or three times to fully understand what’s being asked.
If you struggle with one question, you can flag it, move on with other questions, and come back to it once you’re done with the easier ones.
Usually, looking at it once again will help you think of the correct answer. Once you have answered all of the questions, and you still have enough time, it’s better to go back and review your answers, so you can alter those you think you got wrong.
8. Study Hazard Perception
After answering the multiple-choice questions, you will proceed with the hazard perception. Before you start answering this section, you need to watch a video about how to do it. There are 14 video clips about everyday scenarios in which every scene features a developing hazard, but one will contain two.
You will receive points if you spot developing hazards as soon as they begin to occur. For every hazard, you will acquire up to five points, so the quicker you distinguish the hazard, the more likely you will earn a high score. Remember that if you continuously click the hazard, you won’t get any score, you will be penalised for over clicking. Click, click, pause.. Repeating the process until the hazard disappears
Our online simulation program also provides practice for the hazard perception.
9. Don’t Worry About Failing Driving Theory Test
If you’re the kind of learner who likes to take some time to check out and read useful articles about the theory test and perform some practice exams, there’s a higher possibility that you will pass on your first attempt.
Don’t worry too much that you won’t pass the test, anxiety is never good for testing situations.
What do I need to take with me to the Theory Test?
You’ll need your UK provisional driving licence with you to be allowed to take the Theory Test. So, make sure you know where it is as a new one can take up to 15 days to arrive!
If you’ve lost your provisional licence, here’s where you can get a new driving licence.
You can’t take any personal items into the test room with you. Here’s what you can’t take in with you.
- Mobile phones
Basically, you can't take anything in with you that you could use to cheat the system!
What’s in the Theory Test?
There are two parts to your 2022 Theory Test:
Multiple-choice questions – 57 minutes long, 50 questions, and you need 43 correct answers to pass.
Hazard Perception Test– 14 x 1-minute videos - you need 44 points out of 75 to pass.
You’ll need to pass both parts of the Theory Test to get your hands on a certificate!
We also offer Theory Tuition !!!!!
At BDS London we like to provide as much assistance as possible to help you obtain a theory pass certificate. Our years of experience have shown us that the most effective way to learn is through home study.
By using the latest study material available from most supermarkets, good bookshops or online you can learn and understand the driving theory, which will help you become a better and safer driver. During your theory tuition your BDSL Tutor will help you with specific problems, clarify any points you are unsure about and test your progress.
Who would theory tuition apply to?
Any Age! Any Occupation! Especially for anyone who
- Struggles reading questions
- Needs help understanding the questions
- Has learning challenges
- Did not pass their last theory test
- Doesn't speak English as a first language
- Age 16 and wants to be ready prior to being 17
- Another important teaching aspect though is patience from the tutor and their in depth knowledge and understanding of the students' learning strategies and their ability to adapt teaching methods accordingly to their pupils' needs.
Throughout the tuition we can assess if special requirements may be available at the DVLA Test Center in order to help you take your theory test.
The tutor then will help you get the require help from the DVLA