November 16th 2015 Posted at Information Theory
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We wish you all a safe and happy new year!
Learning to drive car/motorbike?
Are you planning to give your DSA motorbike theory test / car theory test anytime soon?
You should be aware of the new changes in DSA theory test.
From 23 January 2012 the theory test will be made up of multiple-choice questions which are no longer published in learning materials.
The reason behind the move is to stop candidates from simply memorizing theory test questions and answers and learning by rote.
If you are taking your theory test before 23rd Jan 2012, you will be asked the exact same questions as they are published here. But if you are taking theory test after 1st January 2012, you need to know about the changes in the UK theory test.
The questions in the exam will not be exactly same as they are published.
The DSA will not distribute the real/exam questions.
Real/live exam questions will not appear in any product – book, CD, driving test dvd, mobile applications or on any website.
So your test would contain questions which are unpublished.
The official DSA explanations for every revision question will help candidates fully understand the answer. This approach to learning will help candidates to gain a better knowledge and understanding of driving theory which will help them respond correctly to the new, reworded live questions used in the actual test.
No changes are being made to the format of the theory test. It will still be made up of a multiple-choice part and a hazard perception part. The time allowed and the pass marks will stay the same.
You can download car/bike DSA theory test application containing all latest 2012 questions with answers. You can also solve interactive hazard perception clips.
We would like to assure you that the tests will not be any difficult.
But once you pass the test, your understanding of the theory would be better which will help you while driving on the road.
We wish you good luck in your DSA theory test.
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