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    hi,

    i wanna learn to drive... i realise 1st i have to take the thoery test... hoever i dont know where to learn the theory i've been told by people that they passed 1st time just from using the tests and then "learning the answers" is this what everyone does??

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    You can download apps for both iOS and Android that ask all questions on the driving theory test. I must have done them at least one hundred times until I was getting 100% (or there about) in every test. You should also look for a theory DVD which includes the 'Hazard Perception' test. It's great practice also. Alternatively, there are books on driving theory available in almost any bookstore, but I found these monotonous and redundant in comparison to the aforementioned.


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    (Original post by Ciarán)
    You can download apps for both iOS and Android that ask all questions on the driving theory test. I must have done them at least one hundred times until I was getting 100% (or there about) in every test. You should also look for a theory DVD which includes the 'Hazard Perception' test. It's great practice also. Alternatively, there are books on driving theory available in almost any bookstore, but I found these monotonous and redundant in comparison to the aforementioned.


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    hi, thanks for the reply...

    so you recommend just doing the practice questions and proceed via trial and error?
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    (Original post by hugoalmeida)
    hi, thanks for the reply...

    so you recommend just doing the practice questions and proceed via trial and error?
    Yes. You said it much better and more concise than I, but that is what I meant. It's the best way. You'll have the correct answers memorised in no time at all! Good luck!
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    You should be able to get a high number of questions right through common sense alone. Only a few require you to actually learn some set information. E.g the colour of cats eyes between a slip road and the motorway.

    Hazard perception requires a little more 'knack' but it's still pretty simple.
 
 
 
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