percentage to pass theory test
You’ll get a letter with a pass certificate number at the test centre. You need this when you book and take your driving test.
Your pass certificate number lasts for 2 years. You must pass your driving test in that time, otherwise you’ll have to pass the theory test again.
Because so many people use our site to test their knowledge, we have a rich history of data on each test question (over 1,000 multiple choice questions from the DVSA revision question bank). This means we can see which questions people struggle with and which ones they find easy.
We’ve analysed the data from the last 100,000 quiz attempts on this site. We’ve then looked at the percentage of people that got each question correct. This has revealed the most difficult theory test questions.
The test has 50 questions, and you need to get 43 right to pass. You have 57 minutes to do it. The actual lorry test has 100 questions, and you need to get 85 right to pass the test. You’ll have 115 minutes to do it.
This practice theory test for large goods vehicle (LGV), lorry and truck drivers is provided so you can see how the DVSA theory test works. You’ll need to do more revision to learn all the topics and give yourself the best chance of passing. We recommend that you use the official study materials listed below.
Learner drivers take a driving theory test and a practical test. You need to pass the theory test to obtain your provisional licence.
Your canton’s road traffic office will then send you the details of your test. You may take the test as many times as you like.
Most candidates that take their practical driving test for the first time often assume that they will fail. Statistics do however show that there’s a good chance of passing.
National totals for all test centres can be found at the end of page 3.
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