The Driving Theory Test is done on a touch screen computer at your local dedicated Theory Test Centre.
The test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions. Most questions require the candidate to identify the correct answer from a choice of four, five or six possible options. Some questions will require candidates to select more than one answer and some questions will contain pictures, diagrams or road signs.
There are 50 questions asked and a minimum of 43 must be answered correctly in order to pass the theory test.
After a short break of a couple of minutes the Hazard Perception part of the test will start. This is consists of 14 film clips with a response time allocated via the computer. Between 0 & 5 points will be awarded for each clip depending on how quickly the hazard is recognised and the mouse button clicked. A top score of 75 marks is available. Learner drivers are required to get a minimum of 44 marks to pass.
The entire test will last approximately one hour and both parts must be passed at the same time for an overall pass.
At the end of the test the invigilator will tell you the result.
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