a.zain001
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anyone know what the theory test is like these days, do you think i should learn to drive and do the theory test at the same time or do my theory first then start learning?
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I wouldn't say it's too important unless you believe you won't be able to sit a practical test within two years of passing your theory.
I personally took 10 hours of lessons, passed my theory then booked my practical test and passed with just 2 more hours of lessons.

I suppose you should also take the pandemic into account, with there still being a backlog of tests & lack of instructors around it could be worth studying for your theory from the get-go but booking your theory when you have an instructor (if you don't already) to just make sure you've got plenty of time before having to worry about theory expiry (but this shouldn't be the case unless you struggle with your actual driving)
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