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Old 24-08-11, 02:20 AM   #1
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Hi folks,

just out of curiosity and for a friendly debate, in your honest opinion, if you were to start from the begining such as do your theory test, hazard perception and driving test, would you pass?

heres a link to the theory test (hazard not included):

Car theory test one: Directgov - Practical theory test

i just did and scored 49 out of 50...it was regarding a school crossing warden. but you need 43 correct answers to pass.

give it a go post your results, be honest, cheating is only cheating yourself.

as for doing my test again, without a little revision off getting rid of my habbits then no, with revision possibly...picked up too many bad habits, just to stay alive on the roads here (jazz and trem can probs vouch)

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Passed

I passed but got some wrong not reading question right lol

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I pased with 100% but, to be honest, I had to guess a few answers.
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49. Got the level crossing lights wrong in Q13.
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yeh i was reading that and had to really think...not really seen those lights...in the moors a guy just comes out and shuts a gate, which opens another to allow the steam trains through. so no lights



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44/50

I got wrong:

Zebra Crossing - signalling people to cross
Heavy load on roof rack
Train line crossing stop signal
Indicating left with hand signals
The solid white line on the side of the road

and something else, not sure cos it closed down!!
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48, that train crossing one threw me off!

Also got the white stick one wrong
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ignorance is bliss in my case
seriously i will do it when and if i ever get left alone long enough to concentrate
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had 5 mins to spare so thought id give it a go




yep i'm a smart-arse but to be fair i am a professional driver so that should have been the result
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had 5 mins to spare so thought id give it a go




yep i'm a smart-arse but to be fair i am a professional driver so that should have been the result
Sorry to P*** on your bonfire trem but thats not the results you have to click continue and get results
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