I have written about my current struggle with passing my driving practical tests and how I have to retake the driving theory test, because my current theory certificate has no expired, (2 years already) which is annoying. As I prepare to re-take my UK driving theory test; I plan to pass the test once like I did previously, so I have been very busy updating my driving knowledge, and brushing up my skills.
Good we have a lot of driving information available for free online. In addition to the available information and free videos online, I have recently come across a comprehensive driving theory test FAQ put together by Pass ‘N’ Go — provider of driving lessons in Newcastle, Middleborough, Durham and Sunderland, and I found it super useful. It answered all the important questions about writing a driving theory test in the UK. I found it super information, and I am now 1 step closer to my dream car – The Mini Cooper!
Here is a brief summary of the driving theory test information available on Pass ‘N’ Go website.
How much do theory tests costs?
A theory test costs £23. If you have a Safe Road User Award, you can sit an abridged theory test for £18 This prices are the same on weekdays, during weekends or through bank holidays.
Can I book multiple theory tests?
No. You must rebook your theory test if you have failed the original theory test that you sat.
Can a theory test be done online?
No. A theory test has to be sat at a theory test centre.
What age can I sit a theory test?
As soon as you turn 17 years old, you can take a driving theory test.
How long do theory tests take?
You have a maximum of 57 minutes to finish the 50 multiple-choice questions.
Are theory test questions multiple choice?
Do theory tests expire?
Yes. It expires after 2 years and you will have to take the test again, in order to take the UK Practical driving test.
Good luck to anyone about to take the theory driving test. I hope we all pass it in one sitting.
Did you struggle to pass your theory driving test? Please share your experience and thoughts in the comments section below.
This sounds so annoying! I’m in the process of getting my license and I’ve almost had the same problem! Hope everything goes well!
Oops I’m so sorry I didn’t mean to paste all this and now idk how to delete it!!
No worries. I deleted it. Thanks.
I hope so too. Thank you.
I remember doing my theory test 12 years ago now and I used all free online sources to pass it and I passed first time which I couldn’t believe. If you put in the effort it really pays off and with the multiple choice it makes it loads easier.
Oh nice Rachel.
ive got my theory test coming up in the next two months!
Good luck. I hope you smash it.
Update on my last comment, I just did my theory test and passed 🤗 thank you for wishing me luck ☺️
Oh great news. Congrats!
I passed the theory questions first time but not the hazard part. Thankfully I passed the second time
Oh nice Jenni.
I believe learning to drive is an important life skill. It’s quite useful using using apps and Faq like this to help prepare for this test. nice one
Great tips and my mummy learned and passed shortly after her 17th Birthday- she was desperate to drive to get her independence. Keeping things fresh in your mind and practice helps x
Ah nice. Thank you.
This takes me back to when I did my theory test – so many nerves!
I know! I was dead nervous.
I’m so proud to say that I passed both my theory and practical driving tests first time
Oh nice. Well done Sarah.
Fab tips. I shall pass them onto my niece as she is starting her tests soon. It’s all very different to when I passed. I just had to prove I could see and drive well enough
Times have really changed now. I find it so overwhelming.
I found the computer programmes and highway code book really helpful for passing my theory.
Yea so helpful..
Waoo!!! fantastic tips…
Your blog is really unique.
Thanks for emphasizing on this point.
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