Driving Theory Test

July 25, 2008 – 22:58

I passed. Had a good chat to the guy at the desk who did wonders to ease my nerves by being funny and blunt. I got 50 out of 50 for the multiple choice questions and 53 out of 75 for the hazard perception. Which according to Kev is good, the pass mark for the hazard perception was 44.  I scored 6 for the double hazard clip, 5 on 3 clips, 4 on 4 clips, 3 on 4 clips and 2 on 2 clips. Which means that I was only below the pass mark on 2 clips.

The most annoying thing is there was absoloutely nothing about stopping distances in there, so all of my crazy maths to try and remember the distances was to no avail, maybe they will help someone else who has a odd mind like my own.

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    1. 2 Responses to “Driving Theory Test”

    2. Congrats. I passed mine today. I was looking to share this news when I googled it and found your website! I scored 50/50 for the MCQ too but fumbled at 49/75 for HP.

      By alden on Aug 19, 2008

    3. Congrats on passing your test, as for the Hazard Perception score you did pretty well according to this information from the DSA:

      “Trials showed that inexperienced drivers scored an average of 44 and drivers with 10 years experience scored 51 out of 75.”

      Your score is approaching the abilities of a driver with 10 years experience!

      By Richard Slater on Aug 19, 2008

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