Driving Theory Test
If you are playing for fun, the test should take most people no more than 15 minutes to finish. If you’re practising for real, then like the official DSA theory test, you have 57 minutes to complete it. You need at least 43 out of 50 to pass. You might also want to check out our free hazard perception test page also. Please note our unofficial test is not endorsed by the DSA. We use a similar question bank.
53 people have completed the theory test today and 39 (73%) have managed to pass. This count is updated hourly.
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Once you have completed the test you can post the results to your Facebook page and let others know how well you did.
Pass Statistics Released!
We have gathered anonymous stats based on peoples sex and age. Here are the current pass rates:
|Data taken from 39,402 tests sat between 01/01/13 – 15/03/13|
Pass Your Driving Test With Our Theory Test App!
The UK theory test is not always as easy as you might think. Even those who consider themselves knowledgeable with the Highway Code may need to brush up on their theory practice questions in preparation for this test. With hazard perception now a key element of the theory test, download our Theory Test app and see how you do! The app gives you the opportunity to practice your theory test on the move, whether you’re on the bus, train or walking. It’s even great for those that HAVE passed their driving test and want to refresh their memory on theory test questions.
Start the test!
The theory test is jam-packed with potential questions similar to what you may get asked on your official driving theory test, so it’s a great way to swot up before the big day. Of course, we can’t guarantee that you will be asked any of the questions we’ve included, but it will certainly help your all-round driving knowledge!
Share your score
Remember, once completed you can share your score on your Facebook page. You could even have a little competition between family and friends.
Did I pass?
In order to pass the test, you need to score 43 out of 50. That’s easier than it sounds (though its an 86% pass mark, the Canadian G1 Test is only 80%)…some questions might make you think a little bit, particularly if it was years since you did your official theory test! Don’t be worried if you score lower than this though…as they always say, “practice makes perfect”! Also remember you have a maximum of 57 minutes to complete the test, just like the official one. So before you start, make sure you have the time to complete it without getting distracted.
Now let’s start!
Good luck from all at Monkey.co.uk!