Personally, I found it easy, only really read through the stuff once and got 50/50 of the actually theory and 69/75 on the hazard perception. If you've been a passenger for a long time and asked questions to the driver whilst you have been the passenger, that can help a lot too as really, that's how I passed, my underlying knowledge Good luck with it, i'm sure you'll be okay.
took mine in april this year.. just do loads of mock tests they are really useful. pretty much the same questions! also practice how the hazard perception software works as that can be a bit tricky if u dont understand it. ask ur instructor questions when taking lessons too. good luck x
A number of the questions on the multiple choice are just common sense, most of them (like road signs, stopping distances, differences between zebra/toucan/puffin etc. crossings) you'll need to revise for. Basically, do a load of mock tests (there are loads online, plus you can buy official DSA test packs with them on). Make notes on the answers you get wrong and just keep doing mocks until you consistently get above the pass mark. Really, the only way to revise for the hazard perception bit is to practice it with online versions.