You have revised and studied for your theory test with mock theory test applications.
You scored an impressive 48/50 in the mock test and passed all of the hazard perception clips.
You feel ready to pass your theory test the first time!
You go into your theory test appointment with confidence.
When you go and collect your theory test certificate, it says:
"Dear Mr/Mrs [Name]
I am sorry to tell you that you have failed the Car driving theory test as prescribed under section 89 of the Road Traffic Act 1988, taken at 00000 theory test centre..."
You are shocked and cannot believe the result!
When you fail your theory test, you lose confidence which hinders your ability to pass on your second attempt.
You go back to the mock theory test apps and revise the same questions over and over again with the hope of the same questions appearing again!
The questions on your next theory test appointment will be different to the first one.
Which means you are only revising a small percentage of all the possible questions and there are over 1000+ questions in the DVSA question bank!
How can you possibly remember all of those questions?
This contributes to why there are 750,000+ learners are failing their theory test each and every year!
We all learn in different ways and are better suited towards a specific way of learning.
In the UK, the main methods of learning the theory test are all books, app-based questioning and reading materials.
This limits the ways you can learn the theory test.
There are 3 ways people learn anything:
Our online course has been tailored around you.
We use videos, audio-based questioning, PDFs and visual aids to help you study the theory test.
This course was created by a driving instructor called Rebecca Sharman who has been an ADI for 15 years and has been helping people pass their theory test.