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How much information have you forgotten?

19 June 2016

RAS Driving School Article - How much information have you forgotten?

Recent research by GEM Motoring Assist suggests that less than 50% of those surveyed would be sure of passing, while a significant chunk, 41%, were unsure of how they'd do. By contrast, an impressive 67% of drivers thought that they would pass the practical test if they had to re-sit it today.

Does this mean theory skills degrade faster than practical skills, or just that people are more confident behind the wheel than they are with theory?

If you'd like to see how you'd fare, take a free trial theory test.

Of course, there are probably a few of you out there that reckon you're Theory Test Pros, and would ace the test (Instructors, I'm thinking of you here). We've got a special challenge for you - oh yes.

There are 10 questions that trip up the most first-time test-takers - do you think you've got the skills to get them all right (without peeking at your Highway Code)?

Click here to see how you measure up!

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Jun 2016

How much information have you forgotten?

Article - How much information have you forgotten? How much information have you forgotten? 19 June 2016 Recent research by GEM Motoring Assist suggests that less than 50% of those surveyed would be sure of passing, while a significant chunk, 41%, were unsure of how they'd do. By contrast, an impressive 67% of...more


Jun 2016

Why learner drivers fail their theory test?

Article - Why learner drivers fail their theory test 17/06/2016 Why learner drivers fail their theory test? Top 10 driving theory questions that trip up most learner drivers 17 June 2016 Here's a statistic that surprised us, only 46% of test candidates pass their driving theory test on their first attempt. That's a terrible first time pass rate - it...more


Sept 2012

DSA Changes to hazard perception videos!

Article - DVSA Changes to hazard perception videos! 10/09/2012 DSA Changes to hazard perception videos! Even better than the real clip 31 August 2012 Click image to see the video A few weeks ago, the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) announced that it would be taking steps to deal with a long-standing issue: the video quality of hazard perception clips...more


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