Theory practice

Before learner drivers can book their practical driving test, they must first pass the theory test. Like all tests this will need to be studied for, I am on hand to answer any questions.

Theory Test Pro includes:

  • The official Multiple Choice question bank containing all 960 practice questions. Question hints and explanations that will give you feedback so you can master the Multiple Choice test.
  • The official Hazard Perception practice clips from the DVSA as well as over 30 exclusive clips that are only available on Theory Test Pro.
  • A tutorial video and replay mode so that you can master the Hazard Perception test.

Let’s get started

About the test

Theory test multiple choice questions

The theory test consists of two parts. The first part is a multiple choice, this is where you will answer 50 questions, this will also include a short video clip. You will watch this silent clip and answer 3 multiple choice questions about it. You can watch the video clip as many times as you like during the multiple choice part of the theory test. You will need to finish this part of the test within 57 minutes.

The screen will be divided in two, the left hand side will show the video clip with the controls to:

  • Play the video.
  • Pause the video.
  • Move to a specific part of the video on a progress bar.
  • Watch the video using the full screen.

The right hand side will show the question and the 4 possible answers.

Hazard perception test

Before you start the hazard perception test, you will be shown a video about how it works.

You will then watch 14 video clips. The clips:

  • Feature everyday road scenes.
  • Contain at least one ‘developing hazard’ with one of the clips containing two developing hazards.

You get points for spotting the developing hazards as soon as they start to happen. You can score up to 5 points for each developing hazard. To get a high score, click the mouse as soon as you see the hazard starting to develop.

What is a developing hazard

A developing hazard is something that would cause you to change speed or direction. You see a car parked at the side of the road in the distance, at the moment you do not need to do anything. When you get closer, the car’s right-hand indicator starts to flash and it starts to move away. You need to slow down, so it is now a developing hazard.

Want to study on the go?

You can download the app for Theory Test Pro or use it in a browser on your computer.