Be prepared for the DSA theory tests newest addition
A case study question was included in all theory tests taken after September 2009.
This is simply a worded scenario describing a driving related situation, this is
followed by 5 multiple choice questions regarding this scenario. This addition to
the official DSA theory test was added to help potential license holders deal with
how to react in various common driving situations and differs slightly to the conventional
question and multiple choice answer format. So to clarify, the theory test will
contain 50 multiple choice questions, 45 individual multiple choice questions and
5 questions based on a described driving related . Below is an example of a case study question which you might come across in your theory test, you will see the
a question and 5 different questions relating to the question marked ‘Case study
Figure 1: Case study question example
Figures 1 above show that the case study question really isn’t anything to
worry about, its very similar in style to the way the other 45 questions will be
worded with the difference being that these 5 questions will relate to the same
case study. The case study question is longer than normal because it contains more
information, make sure you read the question carefully as some questions will require
you to choose more than one answer.
You’ll get the result at the end of the test, if you pass then you will be given
a certificate which will contain that hard earned theory test pass certificate number.
If you fail you will receive a letter detailing that you have'nt been successful and need to
apply again. Don’t be too demoralised if the result is the latter, remember, ‘if
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