So, how to answer correctly the 43 out of 50 questions precisely is really just a matter of knowing the kind of items you are likely to be asked.
The theory test really isn’t about trying to catch you out – it’s just practical questions about some of the situations that you will probably encounter sometime in your driving life.
An excellent bit of advice, therefore, is to buy a driving theory test book (DVSA Handbook), which covers every single question you are ever likely to be asked during the test.
Learn, revise, and test yourself!
Likewise, there are online practice questions – such as the Official DVSA Learning Zone which again, will cover every driving subject and endless questions known to humankind!
There are also fab apps available- to get the best, most realistic theory test apps, you will have to pay – but they are well worth the investment! In fact, if you choose to learn with us, you get FREE access to the Theory Test Pro app. You can find out more about this on our driving theory test page.
The questions are car specific and can be anything from car cockpit drills, hill starts, signaling, braking techniques, and speed awareness.
It’s therefore really sensible to learn as much as you can and revise consistently, taking practice tests repeatedly until you are regularly scoring nearly 50 out of 50.
Don’t rush, read the questions correctly, and you’ll do great!