The theory test revision materials fall into the following categories:
In total there are over 900 questions in the DVSA theory test revision bank. You can try out a practice theory test here
The Hazard Perception part of the driving theory test consists of 14 clips of film. Each clip of film has one scoring hazard, although one of the clips has two scoring hazards. The hazard perception pass mark is 44 out of 75. More
The best way to prepare for your test is to practice each module first to ensure that you have covered all the material and then to do some mock practice theory tests to assess your score and also to revise the information that youhave already covered. The theory pass mark is 43 out of 50 or 86%.
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You can find details of your nearest driving theory test centre here
The DVSA publish a number of resources for pupils to practice for the driving theory test including the Official Theory Test for car drivers and the Highway Code.
It is the DVSA practise to no longer publish the actual theory test question bank - the official DVSA revision questions are similar to but not identical to the questions you may get on your test.
Test your knowledge with our FREE practice theory test road signs quiz here