Part One – Multi Choice Questions
Comprises 50 multiple choice questions, of which 5 are of a case study type. 43 correct answers are needed to pass.
Part Two – Hazard Perception
You will be shown a series of videos of driving in different road traffic situations. During the clips you need to click when you identify any hazard ahead. It is important to know that you only score points when you click a second time when any of your identified hazards begins to get worse. (This is called a developing hazard).
The quicker you see the developing hazard and click for a second time, the more points you score.
The Practical Test
This test is very straightforward, and is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your ability to drive in different traffic conditions. This should be in a safe and professional manner, displaying your knowledge of the Highway Code during the test through your driving.
We recognise everyone as individuals and therefore no two people can ever be taught, and helped using exactly the same methods. You may require more than one lesson per week for instance or may be perfectly happy with one.
A fresh approach to driver training…Client Centered Learning.
This is a relatively new development in the way you will experience learning to drive. It means that you are encouraged to discuss, with your instructor, any areas of your driving which you would like to spend more time on. In this way you are actively given more ownership of your lesson.
This new approach is fully adopted and endorsed by the Driving Standards Agency