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The Theory Test

This must be passed before you can book your practical test so it is recommended that you start working towards it as soon as you can. There are two parts to the test. You must pass them both at the same time. If you pass one part and not the other, you'll need to re-sit both. You can sit this test as many times as you need to.

Part 1 - Multi-Choice Question

This is a computer-based, touch-screen test that consists of 50 multiple-choice questions. You need to get at least 43 correct to pass. You have 57 minutes to complete the test. There is a 15-minute practice session you can work through before starting the test. The questions are based on the Highway Code and other road safety matters.

Part 2 - Hazard Perception Test

This forms the second section of the theory test and must be passed at the same time. There are 14 video clips, each about a minute long. The videos feature various types of hazard, such as other vehicles, pedestrians and animals.

There are 15 hazards for you to spot. 13 of the 14 video clips contain only one hazard that you must spot and one clip contains two hazards. You can score up to 5 points for each hazard, depending on how early you spot it. The pass mark is 44 out of 75.

Theory test 2017: official DVSA guide

For an example of the Hazard Perception Test view the video below.