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    So I've booked my theory test in a month, and am going to start doing a little work for it here and there but I'm not sure as to what I should use as preperation for it. I currently have a outdated official book from 2009 from my friend who passed it last month , is this good enough ? And for the hazard perception ?
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    (Original post by WildBerry)
    So I've booked my theory test in a month, and am going to start doing a little work for it here and there but I'm not sure as to what I should use as preperation for it. I currently have a outdated official book from 2009 from my friend who passed it last month , is this good enough ? And for the hazard perception ?
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    (Original post by WildBerry)
    So I've booked my theory test in a month, and am going to start doing a little work for it here and there but I'm not sure as to what I should use as preperation for it. I currently have a outdated official book from 2009 from my friend who passed it last month , is this good enough ? And for the hazard perception ?
    I got the DSA cd rom and hazard perception dvd. Look around the web for mock hazard tests I revised both for about 3 weeks and passed.
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    Honestly for me the CDs worked wonders. I left everything to the last minute, ended up revising pretty much the night before and managed to pass.
    I would recommend the official DSA ones and search for some extra hazard perception clips on the internet.

    Good luck
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    There's an app for that; The Hazard Perception bit is a bit rubbish though, either that or I'm not very good at it!!
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    The questions part of the test is all revision, revision, revision.

    I'd actually avoid some of the online mock hazard perception tests. I did a couple of them and got over 70 points each time, only to think I'd done really well on my first theory test only to have missed the pass mark by a couple of points. Ouch... I made sure I concentrated really hard the next time though and passed it; keeping focussed and alert is pretty much the key. Passed the question part both times.
    Try and get an official DSA disc with a mock test on it though, should be reliable.
 
 
 
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