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Advanced Block Bookings
Advance block booking is now priced at £270 for 10 hours!
The total hours needed to pass your test (according to the Government) is around 47 hours of professional tuition. This offer of 10 hours tuition at a fixed price of £27.00 per hour is a fixed price promise!
This offer can be repeated. Every repeated advance block booking of 10 hours you get the same price per hour of £27.00, shaving more off the total cost of passing your Practical Test.
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Free Online theory training
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Practice multiple choice and hazard perception tests
Theory Test Pro has everything you need to pass first time. You can practice multiple choice questions by topic, hazard perception tests with feedback, or alternatively revise the highway code. When you’re ready, you can put all of this together and see how you fare with our mock test.
82% of our students pass first time (UK average is 41%)
We’ve gotten some great feedback about Theory Test Pro over the years. Last year we decided to find out exactly how good our students performed vs. the UK average pass rate – see the results here.
Official, up-to-date question bank directly from the DVSA
Don’t settle for cheap books or CDs from unofficial vendors – Theory Test Pro uses official content directly from the DVSA. We update our question bank automatically whenever the DVSA issues a new set of questions, too.
Easy to use online interface, no software required
Access Theory Test Pro from anywhere with an internet connection, PC or phone, no software required. Forget about unusable software, too – we’re constantly talking to our users to make sure that our product is as easy to use as possible.