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    my driving theory test is next wednesday and i have barely revised and have such lack of motivation to prepare for it , i tried to change it but the next available date is in november and i dont want to prioritise this over everything else realistically could i pass on first try with just six days ?

    EDIT: so in the end i passed !!! i ended up with 49/50 in the multiple choice theory and 71/75 in hazard perception :')
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    (Original post by qam)
    my driving theory test is next wednesday and i have barely revised and have such lack of motivation to prepare for it , i tried to change it but the next available date is in november and i dont want to prioritise this over everything else realistically could i pass on first try with just six days ?
    You could, it is possible.

    There have been many people where they have passed first time with only 1 day of revision. Just try and do as much test questions as possible and you should be fine
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    Yeah just do it for a few hours a day

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    https://toptests.co.uk/ is really useful
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    This thread should be in Learning to Drive - tagging AngryJellyfish to move it.
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    (Original post by squirrology)
    You could, it is possible.

    There have been many people where they have passed first time with only 1 day of revision. Just try and do as much test questions as possible and you should be fine
    people tell me a lot of people on student room are trolls though
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    Download the DVSA app (its £4.99) and literally do every question on there along with hazard perception. The questions on there actually appear on the real test (or are extremely similar). It can be done in a week
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    (Original post by TajwarC)
    Download the DVSA app (its £4.99) and literally do every question on there along with hazard perception. The questions on there actually appear on the real test (or are extremely similar). It can be done in a week
    have you passed it ? did you use this?
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    (Original post by TajwarC)
    Download the DVSA app (its £4.99) and literally do every question on there along with hazard perception. The questions on there actually appear on the real test (or are extremely similar). It can be done in a week
    I really recommend this, I used this all the time and it's easy to get into since it's an app. I passed my theory first time.
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    (Original post by qam)
    have you passed it ? did you use this?
    Yeah that's exactly what I did and I passed it. Did it over a month or so but only did like 10-15 minutes a day, potentially less
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    (Original post by TajwarC)
    Yeah that's exactly what I did and I passed it. Did it over a month or so but only did like 10-15 minutes a day, potentially less
    alright i ll get it now , hopefully this saves me for wednesday haha
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    Quite a lot of the test is common sense, but read the questions carefully
 
 
 
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