How to pass your theory test first time. This is the goal of every candidate who takes this test. Nobody wants to have to repeat their theory test and go through all the work again. Since the introduction of the theory test, lots of candidates feel they have been held back from gaining their licence sooner. The DVSA has recently reduced the theory test fees. On the 1st of October 2015 fees dropped from £25 to £21. Repeated tests can soon start to add up. By following some simple guidelines, passing your theory test first time can be achieved. Here at Nolan School of Motoring we will guide you through the process.
Using the correct material
If you are using the highway code book, being overwhelmed by information is a problem. Tracking your progress is difficult. You will probably start to lose interest in the material you are studying. This is why using an App is recommended. Apps for the theory test can track your progress and the information is broken down for ease of reading. I find any of my customers using Apps for the theory test, have the highest first time pass rate. Find the Apps with the best reviews.
How to Study
There are over 1300 questions in the theory test bank. Lots of candidates will study about half of these and then start their mock tests. This is probably the main reason for failing. The best approach is to cover all the questions before starting mock tests. Being over ambitious in your study can lead to poor results. Everyone has their limits of what they can remember. Study only what you can retain. When you feel concentrations levels drop walk away. Set realistic goals like 50 to 100 questions a day. This way your study is more effective.
Check your results
When you do start the mock tests check the analytics after each test. If the App your using is quality, the mock test feedback should generate bar graphs of different categories. Usually a score of 85% or higher in any category is a good indicator your knowledge of this subject is of a high standard. Any categories of less than 85% need more attention. By using this system covering all the questions becomes more effective. Information is retained, so a higher probability of passing your theory test first time is greater.