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Driving Theory Tests CD Roms

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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
Don't know anything about them but my partner doing driving lessons at the moment.He's instructor said he could do with a cd rom on theory tests to read up and practice questions as we got computer.Are these any good?
Also anything else related to driving what we would need and best place to get,highway code book anything like that.
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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banned#1
I used them for my HGV which is much more advanced than the standard test, and they are worth every penny.

Ensure you get the official DSA version as this is nearly exactly the same as the test you will take. Get the hazard perception dvd as well, I think Amazon do a deal for both of them
#2
Just done my bike theory and I would say the discs are a must. I used the BSM ones that were free with a pack of lessons I bought my son, but like above I would get the DSA.

Having gone through my Bsm discs for about an hour everyday for two weeks, every question that I had encountered came up in the test. Odd questions that I am not sure would be covered in highway code book, eg questions on the mechanical workings of the bike!!

The perception wasnt quite the same, with Bsm I was getting 100% at home but didnt do as well in test, much harder, at least with DSA I would have practised on the same system.
banned#3
tinz11
Just done my bike theory and I would say the discs are a must. I used the BSM ones that were free with a pack of lessons I bought my son, but like above I would get the DSA. .


Good luck on your bike test tinz....let me know how you get on, I'm considering taking mine at the moment :thumbsup:
#4
Mum2Connor&Cerys
Don't know anything about them but my partner doing driving lessons at the moment.He's instructor said he could do with a cd rom on theory tests to read up and practice questions as we got computer.Are these any good?
Also anything else related to driving what we would need and best place to get,highway code book anything like that.


Just seen a cd rom on drving test stuff in poundland. Don't know exactly but it was for Q&A I think
#5
Thanks for the advice everyone.
#6
aswhitehaven
Just seen a cd rom on drving test stuff in poundland. Don't know exactly but it was for Q&A I think



Our nearest Poundland is Maidstone.

I'm not bothered about the cost aslong as get a good one recommended,cos in long run it could save on taking extra tests,lessons and so on.Then I can just sell on after we finished with it.
#7
They sell one in Asda for £7 which is very very good!! Includes Theroy Q&A and Hazard Perception tests.
#8
Daz CPFC
They sell one in Asda for £7 which is very very good!! Includes Theroy Q&A and Hazard Perception tests.



Thanks but I can't get to an Asda store,my nearest is 12miles away,I'd only consider going that far for something of spectacular price as it take me 2 hrs or so just to get there by time I walked to train station,caught train them walked there to Asda.
I'd prefer to buy online.
#9
I'm currently using this: http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=93820&highlight=theory+test
and it really is excellent.
Definately worth every penny.
Don't forget quidco. ;)
#10
you could maybe try out this site:

http://www.passyourtheory.co.uk/index.php

you can buy a week a month or unlimited package between £2.99 -£9.99 and gives you access to all the theory test questions, hazard perception clips, highway code elearning and sign recognition training.

Lets You take practise tests with real questions, as many as you want with random questions each time.

I used it for my theory last year and found it to be brilliant!

You can also sign up for a free trial with limited questions to check it out.

hope this helps! and good luck
#11
the discs are very good i just did my car theory test, i had the 2006 edition of the cd which had the 35 questions and now there are 50 questions i revised the night before didn't even finish every section and i got 50/50, in the real test it is very similar to the cd but i wouldn't recommend the book its too long and boring.
#12
I have one that my wife used 2 years ago, willing to send it for the cost of postage. Send me a PM if you're interested.
#13
smidav
I have one that my wife used 2 years ago, willing to send it for the cost of postage. Send me a PM if you're interested.



thanks 4 the offer but I think my partner will want to buy the most uptodate version you can buy.
#14
there not very different acutally you cant even tell. like i said i had last years one and i passed with flying colours.
#16
Mum2Connor&Cerys
Don't know anything about them but my partner doing driving lessons at the moment.He's instructor said he could do with a cd rom on theory tests to read up and practice questions as we got computer.Are these any good?
Also anything else related to driving what we would need and best place to get,highway code book anything like that.


Discs Recommended.

Find good cheap ones on eBay - don't even need to leave home :)
#17
just read some other posts and you would be quite ok if you were to use the free ones that you've been offered (just a thought!)
#18
Having known a few 17/18 year olds who took theory tests and failed (no revision) I would as Ultimo said recommend buying DSA only because of the difference in the hazard perception tests. Wouldn't bother with book didn't even look at it.

I've driven for years and hadn't even heard of a toucan crossing, or why a man at night would be carrying a red light (walking event)

Ultimo, go for it, my husband passed test couple years ago best move he's made, exhilarating, fun and all that power.
#19
Well i used the CD-Roms and DVD's and they're great.

But i also found this site to be very useful

http://www.2pass.co.uk/

It lest you do mock theory tests free of charge, and it can be changed so that you can get extra questions in the fields you're unsure about, very good if you're at a friends house or college so you don't have the discs on you.

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