You do not have to pass the test before you can start learning how to drive but this must be passed before you are able to sit the practical test.
The tests are screen based and there is no requirement for writing and you are not asked question by an examiner.
The first part of the test requires you to answer multiple choice questions and consists of 50 questions. You are given about 50 minutes to answer the questions and this is completed by touch screen technology.
The multiple choice test lasts about 50 minutes and you must score 43 out of 50.
Hazard Perception Test
The second part of the test is the hazard perception. A series of film clips are shown on the computer screen from a drivers angle. You must use a mouse to click on the screen as soon as you see a potential hazard develop.
The hazard perception test lasts approximately 20 minutes and you must score 44 out of 75.
If you are hard of hearing, deaf or suffer from dyslexia we can help make special arrangement for you at the test centre.
Office Based Theory Training
Reward driving school offers pupils the opportunity to learn and practice their theory at their office facility. Sessions can be organised direct with the company and are charged at £25.00 per hour.