How to pass your theory test in easy!
There are two parts: hazard perception and multiple choice in the theory test which is a computer-based test. To pass the theory test you will have to pass both 2 parts above.
You will have to take the whole test again if you fail any part of this theory test. To book your driving test, you have to pass the theory test first.
Finish all of you homework
1. Everything you need will be found in the Driving Test Sucess All Test CD. You buy it from Amazon or simply download it free on the Internet. In this CD, you will have chance to understand all of important information in the theory test and hazard perception parts of the test. The questions in this CD are designed as the same as the real questions in the real test, help you get familiar with the test format.
2. The recommendation driving lessons number that you should take before the real test is about 10 lessons with you driving instructor. You need to be familiar with the road and deal with some difficult situation on the practical driving. Moreover, practice with the instructor will help you cultivate your ability to identify the hazard.
Tips for the Multiple Choice driving Test
You will pass the theory test if you get minimum 43 points of 50 potential points within 57 minute- test. With some question, you will have to choose more than one question from 4 selections of each question. Here are some tips that you can use to increase your result in easy:
- All of questions in the theory test is not difficult but you can easily make some mistake if you don’t focus on the test. Read every question carefully to understand completely the meaning of the question, do not scan or skim the information, this could lead to the misunderstanding of what the question want from you.
- Answer the questions which are easy with you first, highlight the questions that you are not sure about the answer and then re-check it later. Actually, in most of theory test, the later questions will help you find out the right answer for the first one.
- With the criteria you can easily find out the correct answer.
- Two answers will be a distracter or a red herring.
- One answer could be correct under some circumstances.
- One answer will be correct under all circumstances. (If two correct answers are required then two questions will be correct under all circumstances).
Make sure that all of questions are answer before the time’s up.
- Spend 10 minutes at the end of the test for checking your answer. This amount of time is very useful to find out the mistake during the test such as : Forget to answer some questions, misunderstanding the meaning of questions, ….
Before turn to the next part of the test, you should take about 4 minutes to relax and keep your mind out of stress. Many of our student boost up their result with this small trick.
Tips for The Hazard Perception driving Test
The maximum mark is 75 and you will pass the exam if you get at least 44 point. There are 15 scorable hazards – 13 clips containing one scorable hazard and one clips contains two. Depend on how quickly you identify the hazard and the software will calculate and give you the score for each situation from 0 to 5 points.
- So what is hazard? Hazard is anything that could cause a driver to reduce speed, swerve or stop. The HPT is only concerned with developing hazards, e.g. a van turning right across traffic, a car emerging from a junction on the left, a parked car getting ready to pull out, a van turning right across traffic, a green traffic light that changes as you approach it, roadworks.
Click your mouse button as soon as you spot the hazard.
- To achieve a high score you must press for all hazards you spot AND any time something moves, be it vehicular or pedestrian.
- When you driving, you will face with the hazard frequently so it is important to get familiar with it before you go out on the road. This test is developed for hazard only, you will have to click the mouse button when you meet a hazard such as: a van turning right across traffic, a van turning right across traffic, roadworks, a car emerging from a junction on the left.
- Don’t overanalyse the clip, just click if you see any hazards and then click again but don’t click rhythmically. Some drivers tend to see the hazard in advance and click before the official “scoring window” opens, thus scoring nothing. That is why we recommend two clicks per hazard
- You should be OK with several clicks per hazard as long as you don’t click rhythmically. Making several clicks per hazard is important, because even if the first one is “too early”, the others will be noted within the “scoring window”.
- Practicing DSA hazard perception DVD, you will improve your ability to quickly identify the hazard, before get a high score in this test.
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