You can book your theory test as soon as you turn 17, as long as you have applied for and received your provisional licence. It’s up to you whether you want to take it as soon as possible, or whether you want to get on the road for a bit of real life experience first, but either way you need to make sure you’re prepared.
A theory tests costs £23 so you want to make sure you pass first time. So are you ready to take your theory test or do you need to brush up on your highway code first?
miDrive’s theory test resources
As well as the Theory Test by miDrive app, we’ve got plenty of videos and articles to help you prepare for both the multiple choice and hazard perception parts of your theory test. Find them with the links below.
Theory test videos
- Know your road signs – Warning signs
- Know your road signs – Directions and tourist signs
- Know your road signs – Signs giving positive instruction
- Know your road signs – Signs giving orders
- The hazard perception test: How does it work?
Theory test articles
- All you need to know about the UK theory test
- How to revise for your driving theory test
- Driving theory test pass rates
- The hazard perception test: all you need to know
- How to pass your driving test quickly
- The learner drivers’ guide to deciphering road signs
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Last modified: 4th March 2016