Theory Test 2012 Revision Questions
In UK to get driving license you has to give both the driving theory test and after that a practical test exam. To appear for practical test exam you must pass your theory test exam before that. When it comes to obtain your driving license theory test is the key for practical exam. Basics things of the driving test are shown in this article.
The test consists of two parts; first one is multiple-choice questions and second one a hazard perception test. Multiple-choice questions test mainly taken for how much learner driver know the Highway Code.
The driving test questions generally appear on the computer screen and the learner has to select the correct answers. You have to see carefully all the questions because some questions might have more than one correct answer.
Flag the questions so that learner can re-examine them again later. The passing mark of exam and the time period for the multiple-choice questions part of the test depend on the type of license you wanted. At list 43 out of 50 marks require for passing to get car and motorcycle licenses and for bus and lorry licenses you has to score a minimum at list 85 out of 100 marks. Time period given for the car and motorcycle learners test is 57 minutes while 1 hour and 55 minutes is time period given for bus and lorry learners test.
After completing the multiple-choice questions test you can take a break of 3 minutes before they start the hazard perception test. Hazards that you are probably face in the road for that short video clips given in the hazard perception test. User is supposed to click the mouse every time when a hazard developing on screen. Depend on the response of his user to hazard developing in video clip score is given through a sliding scale marking 5 to 0 marks. Higher score given, is depending upon how quick the user responds to a hazards developing on the screen. Get in mind you will scored nothing if you click mouse rhythm or in same pattern you have to click depending upon the hazard developing on the screen only to score higher marks. The number of video clips and the passing marks for the hazard perception test are different depending on the license you want. For the car and motorcycle licenses you have to score at list 44 out of 75 marks base on 14 video clips and for the lorry and bus you have to score at list 67 out of 100 marks based on 19 video clips.
To get driving license you must pass both the two tests. If you fail in any part of the exam then you have to give whole exam again. To pass in this exam easily our 2012 Latest DSA driving theory test book is very useful for you.
• Some DSA driving theory test book we have and their Features:
1] The Highway Code Book
The Highway Code is essential reading for everyone.
This is very useful to know road/traffic signs, rule and regulations if you are preparing for your DSA theory test book or driving practical test.
The most vulnerable road users are pedestrians, particularly children, older or disabled people, cyclists, motorcyclists and horse riders. It is important that all road users are aware of the Code and are considerate towards each other. This applies to pedestrians as much as to drivers and riders.
Knowing and applying the rules contained in The Highway Code could significantly reduce road casualties. Cutting the number of deaths and injuries that occur on our roads every day is a responsibility we all share. The Highway Code can help us discharge that responsibility.
2] Pass your DSA driving practical test book:
This book covers
* Explained with The Highway Code rules
* Know what will be assessed on exam day
* Fully illustrated, full color graphics
* Includes DSA driver record - Check your readiness for the exam
* What is expected and how you should do it?
* Graphic illustration of driving test man oeuvres
* Know why learners fail in the test
* Easy to follow tips and hints
* Detailed advice and tips on how to improve key competencies necessary for safe driving
* Know what to expect on your driving test day
* Know how examiner will assess your performance
* Areas where you need to demonstrate consistent independent performance
* Why learners fail?
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