The Theory Test is divided into two area's
Part One - Multiple Questions
Candidates have 57 minutes to answer 50 questions, needing 43 out of 50 correct in order to pass this section.
Part Two - Hazard & Perception
Thirteen video clips are shown each video clip had one hazard and is marked at 5 points, one clip has a double hazard and marked at 10 points. There are a total of 75 points available and you must score 44 or above in order to pass. Scoring is determined by the speed of which the hazard is noticed an early response to a developing hazard will give you 5 points, a late response 0 points. Also worth bearing in mind is that ‘over-clicking’ is deemed to be cheating so if you click all over the screen it will realise and you will fail that particular clip.
Its worth noting: during this part of the test if you get a warning on the screen regarding over clicking then it is still very possible you can still pass this section.
Both Parts One & Two have to be passed to qualify
The test itself in conducted on a computer ‘Touch-Screen’ , selecting the correct answers by simply touching the correct part of the screen or by using a mouse if you so wish.
Both parts of the Theory test have to be passed and failing one part means you will have to re-take both parts again.
Require extra Time ?
If you require extra time then you will need to satisfy
and have evidence of one or more of the following:
An Educational statement outlining the students needs
which must be signed from an approved body
A headed letter from a doctor oulining the needs for extra time
If you can provide this you will then need to ring:
Pearson Vue Customer Services:
0300 200 1188
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