How do I book a driving theory class?

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milobylo
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Hi everyone,

I'm from EU country when you want to get a driving license you buy a package at driving school with theory and practice class included, as well as both tests.
I can't find anything like this in London. How does it look like here? Do you have separate schools for theory and practice? Or do you just learn theory on your own? I only found the tip 'Hit the books'...
Does anyone recommend anything in west part of London?
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yoshi2611
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I don't know about London but to book your theory test you usually book through the government website, if you just type in 'book theory test' it should come up. Personally my college offered help with theory but I only used the theory test apps which got me a pass. As for practical, you'll have to book with an instructor, which you can find everywhere, whether it be an independent one on facebook or through a driving company like Red driving school, your instructor should help you book a test when you're ready for it!
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https://www.gov.uk/book-theory-test

This is the official website to book your theory test
Remember that you need a provisional licence.
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OctoberRain7
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You learn theory on your own. I would recommend the official DVSA app which covers all of the theory that you need with practice questions. You can also get books which cover all of the theory.
You book your theory test online and will have to pay for it, idk how much it costs in England though.
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