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Hi there,

So after applying for a provisional license card and waiting a month for it, I decided it was time for me to book a test since I felt confident enough to do it. I just found out that they have updated the exam on and after the 28th of September and I booked my test around a couple days ahead without knowing anything regarding the changes to the exam.

It looks like that the case studies at the end of the knowledge part of the exam will instead have CGI video than being written. Either of these doesn't appear to come up on the driving theory test kit that I have been using ( DVSA) and just wanted to know that the content I'm learning and covering from there, doesn't affect the chances of me passing.
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Hi there,

So after applying for a provisional license card and waiting a month for it, I decided it was time for me to book a test since I felt confident enough to do it. I just found out that they have updated the exam on and after the 28th of September and I booked my test around a couple days ahead without knowing anything regarding the changes to the exam.

It looks like that the case studies at the end of the knowledge part of the exam will instead have CGI video than being written. Either of these doesn't appear to come up on the driving theory test kit that I have been using ( DVSA) and just wanted to know that the content I'm learning and covering from there, doesn't affect the chances of me passing.
It is all common sense, don't worry. The case study being written or video shouldn't have any affect on the options you can choose, if anything, the video will be easier, as you can clearly see what is going on
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yeah just practice and you'll ace it!
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It is all common sense, don't worry. The case study being written or video shouldn't have any affect on the options you can choose, if anything, the video will be easier, as you can clearly see what is going on
Thank you! Yeah, as you said, its all about common sense and i have been doing pretty well on my mock tests for both parts. As you said also, video will probably help me more than a written paragraph would
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yeah just practice and you'll ace it!
Will do I have been doing at least 3 different mock tests for both parts every day and have been doing well, so hopefully i do ace it, many thanks
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Will do I have been doing at least 3 different mock tests for both parts every day and have been doing well, so hopefully i do ace it, many thanks
Just to update you, I used the below app when I was revising for my car theory (I have included links for Google Play & App Store). This app has just been updated today to include the new DVSA video clip scenarios that you were worried about. There is also multiple choice questions based on these clips like the real test. Hope this helps you

Google Play- https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...Combo&hl=en_GB

App Store- https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/drivin...it/id829581836
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