Shining Care Training

Theory driver licence test

Wednesday & Thursday
3pm to 5pm

Practice to pass your official driving theory test faster

How long is the multiple choice theory test: 57 minutes (50 questions)

How long is the hazard perception test: 14 minutes (1 minute per clip)

How many questions are there on the theory test: 50 questions (43 correct to pass)

Knowledge and understanding of driving and assessment, including

  • road safety
  • the role of the driving test in contributing to road safety
  • theory of driving behaviour
  • hazard perception and accident avoidance
  • the syllabus underpinning driving test standards
  • the requirements of the driving test
  • relevant road and traffic legislation, whether national or other
  • assessment theory and techniques 
  • correct and comprehensive recognition of dangerous situations
  • accurate determination of cause and likely effect of such situations
  • achievement of competence and recognition of errors
  • uniformity and consistency in assessment
  • assimilate information quickly and extract key points
  • look ahead, identify potential problems, and develop strategies to deal with them
  • Provide timely and constructive feedback. 
  1. Read the Highway Code manual

We provide the most recent version which you can study online or download as a PDF so you can keep reading while you’re offline and on the move.

  1. Take engaging mock theory tests

These 17 mock tests have been written to cover every section of the Highway Code, so master all of them, and the actual theory test will seem unbelievably easy.

  1. Take the Theory Test Simulator

Our most advanced preparation tool. Designed to operate just like the official theory test, it displays a new set of test questions each time you take it.

  1. Pass your official theory test

Shining Care Training the mock tests and sailed through the Simulator? Make an appointment with your local DVSA testing centre - you’re ready to pass on the very first try!

Quality of service

The examiner must be able to:

  • establish and communicate what the customer can expect during the test
  • communicate clearly, choosing content, style and language to suit the audience and context and deal with enquiries from customers
  • provide clear feedback about the test result
  • treat customers with respect and indiscriminately