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Theory Test Special Needs

Certain facilities are available for those with special needs. They need to be requested at the time of booking.


Theory Test in other Languages

Until recently the theory test was available with voiceover in these languages:

Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Cantonese, Dari, English, Farsi, Gujarati, Hindi, Kashmiri, Kurdish, Mirpuri, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Pushto, Spanish, Tamil, Turkish, Urdu, Welsh

However, due to a change in policy, the theory test is now only available in English or Welsh. You can of course use foreign language theory test learning resources. it's just that you cannot take the test in those languages.

Theory Test Reading Difficulties

For those with dyslexia or other reading difficulties, a voice-over is available in English or Welsh. You can also apply to be allowed extra time for the test.

Theory Test Hearing Difficulties

For those who are deaf or have hearing difficulties, you can take the test in BSL.

Other Needs

If you have other specific needs or need to know about accessibility at the theory test centre you should contact the the test booking centre






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The DVSA policy is now that the they will no longer publish all the questions used in the actual theory test. Instead they provide an official theory test revision question bank that includes questions similar to but not identical to the actual quaestions on the test.

The reason behind this is to ensure that people don't just learn the answers parrot fashion but are able to think through the theory test questions and come to the best answer.

Because the actual theory test questions are not published it does make it more difficult to keep track of which questions are being used and which are now out of date. It is important though if you are using free mock theory test questions that you are using the official questions.

It is DVSA rather than DVLA theory test questions that you need. DVLA are responsible for licencing but not testing.


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