How to Pass the DSA Driving Theory Test with Flying Colours
Many learner drivers dread the thought of taking their DSA driving theory test. The key to passing the first time is to learn and review all the possible questions that regularly come up in the test. To help you become familiar with the test format, eBay has a wide range of theory test books and materials so that you're thoroughly prepared. Apart from being a must-have for learner drivers, the resources are also useful for drivers to brush up on driving theory. They also contain valuable tips for driving instructors and trainers.How can you choose the right DSA driving theory test materials?
When looking through the driving theory materials on eBay, you should bear the following in mind:
- Type of test: Will you be taking the theory test for cars, motorbikes, buses/coaches, LGVs, or specialist vehicles?
- Test format: Choose between printed materials, CD, DVD, CD-ROM, and/or an eBook.
- Your location: Although England, Wales, and Scotland have the same Highway Code, that of Northern Ireland varies slightly.
- Publisher: Books published by the Stationery Office are written by the same people who set the driving tests.
- Book edition: The official DVSA materials are regularly revised and updated.
Test materials on eBay contain all you need to know to pass the theory test, including diagrams, definitions, and case studies. They also cover other aspects of the test, such as your practical driving skills, driving attitude, and behaviour. Once you have understood and learnt this material, you can start taking the practice tests contained in the book. To pass the DSA driving theory test, you need a score of at least 43 out of 50. When you're regularly getting this score, it's time to book your test.How can you prepare for the hazard perception test?
Many of the DSA driving theory test materials on eBay also contain a DVD or CD-ROM so you can practise the hazard perception part of the test. You are shown short videos and are expected to spot potential dangers on the road. In the real test, the quicker you recognise an upcoming danger, the more points you are awarded. You must receive at least 44 marks out of a maximum 75 to pass this section of the test.