Can you revise for your theory test in one day and pass

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My theory test is on the 20th .
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My theory test is on the 20th .
it was best if u had started it earlier, there is quite a bit to study
if u put ur head to it then hopefully u will pass
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My theory test is on the 20th .
how much have you revised ?

I passed first time its not that hard
have you got the app by DSA
thats the most similar thing to the actual test
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The multiple choice questions are easy and definitely doable in one day, just common sense and a few minor facts. The Hazard Perception will take a lot longer, if you've not revised that then you've failed lel.
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how much have you revised ?

I passed first time its not that hard
have you got the app by DSA
thats the most similar thing to the actual test
I have the DSA dvd's that I'm revising from. Idk yet. I think I can do it in one day but still it's a lot.
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It is easy, you can revise the morning before and still pass. It is common sense.
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It is easy, you can revise the morning before and still pass. It is common sense.
This is encouraging.
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This is encouraging.
As long as you have common sense I a vague understanding of how roads work you should be fine.
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The multiple choice test is fine, hazard perception is where people struggle. Since when do you go around in your car clicking a button for every single hazard? In my eyes, everything is a hazard. A tree could fall down, a sinkhole could open in front of you. Click too many times, you fail. Don't click and you still fail.
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The multiple choice test is fine, hazard perception is where people struggle. Since when do you go around in your car clicking a button for every single hazard? In my eyes, everything is a hazard. A tree could fall down, a sinkhole could open in front of you. Click too many times, you fail. Don't click and you still fail.
The hazard perception is easy. The dangers are obvious.

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The hazard perception is easy. The dangers are obvious.

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Hazard perception does seem easy to me. Don't want to jinx it now though and fail..
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Yes the dangers are obvious, but it is clicking in time that can be an issue. You can click as soon as you see the hazard but can get zero points because the system hadn't started counting down the score. You have to use a method of clicking twice to ensure you at least score.
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yes
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i passed very comfortably with one evening of revision the night before. concentrate on things u wont know ie obscure signs, stopping distances, hazard perception. dont bother reading through the book, just do mock tests online
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I have the DSA dvd's that I'm revising from. Idk yet. I think I can do it in one day but still it's a lot.
keep practising it and see if you can change the date if possible
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Yes the dangers are obvious, but it is clicking in time that can be an issue. You can click as soon as you see the hazard but can get zero points because the system hadn't started counting down the score. You have to use a method of clicking twice to ensure you at least score.
I haven't done my driving test yet (no point with going to a uni with no parking in certain accommodation) but my boyfriend found this was an issue and so did several other people. I didn't believe him, but I took the test and it is ridiculous. One example I can remember is that I saw that a car was parked ridiculously far from the pavement and close to being in the road, but when I spotted it was far too early. Someone I knew just took to spamming the button when they saw a hazard, but I wouldn't advise doing that.
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mine on 20th too
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(Original post by Proxenus)
mine on 20th too
Good luck! I hope you fail so I'm not the only failure...

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keep practising it and see if you can change the date if possible
Can't change the date I already tried.
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Good luck! I hope you fail so I'm not the only failure...


Can't change the date I already tried.
ok just keep doing it repeatedly and memorise and do the hazards at least 5 times
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Good luck! I hope you fail so I'm not the only failure...


Can't change the date I already tried.
already failed twice -_-

i got 41/50, 51/75 1st try
then 47/50, 41/75 2nd try


you need 43/50 , 44/75

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