i can't pass my theory test, how did you study for it?


    I reserved the dvsa official theory guide book in the library. Quick scan read of it but got bored quickly.
    Then borrowed the dvsa cds off a friend and just did loads of tests on there.
    Downloaded many apps and did the questions on them (however didn't buy any. Just did what i could for free).
    For the hazard percetion... i used the dvsa cd. Also typed in google, online hazard perception practice/test and did what i could on there too.
    Watched YouTube videos on hazard perceprion too. It helped me to think of it more as a game tbh.

    My daughter failed hers 14 times and her confidence knocked.
    I found a 3 day course in London, streetkat.com, next to Euston Station , it was an hour half journey each way. Do every day don't miss one day. It was a like a light bulb had gone on in my daughters head.
    I had already booked her theory the next day after the course had finished at our local one, as Street Kat don't provide that.
    She passed 49/50 65/75 .
    Streetkat theory test & hazard perception training course.
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