what percentage do you need to pass your theory test
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.
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.
You’ll get the result at the test centre after taking the theory test. You must pass both parts to pass the test.
In the cantons of Bern, Glarus, Solothurn, St. Gallen, Thurgau, Neuchâtel, Schwyz, Vaud and Zurich you can also take the theory test in English. Please contact your local road traffic office for further information.
You will be sent your provisional licence after you pass your theory test.
You can also practice the hazard perception test for free to see how the DVSA hazard perception test works.
You can review your answers at the end of the test, and then take a second practice test.
You can take the mock theory test in
- ‘practice view’ – designed to work on most PCs, mobiles and tablets
- ‘test view’ – this looks similar to the screens at the theory test centre.
The test has 50 questions, and you need to get 43 right to pass. You have 57 minutes to do it.
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