Course Description


Course Fee: £249.99

Driving Theory Test Training

  • Approved Training Provider
  • Full Tutor Support Throughout the course
  • Convenient and Flexible
  • Well experienced Trainers
  • Competitive course fees
  • Recommended by former students


Everyone who wants to start driving a vehicle in the UK is legally obliged to take a driving theory test first. For some people passing the driving theory test can be very challenging. The car theory test is a mandatory test established by the DSA (Driving Standards Agency) to ensure road safety for every user. In UK you need to pass both driving theory and practical test in order to get your driving licence. On average around one in three people fail their theory test. If you are struggling with your driving theory test and looking for some help in order to pass your driving theory exam then Global Community Care is the best choice to get started. At Global Community Care we can prepare you according to the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) recommendations covering such as the Highway Code, Traffic Signs and essential driving skills.

Preparing For the Theory Test

We can help you prepare for Driving Theory Test

At GCC we have multilingual, qualified & experienced trainers offering unique teaching approaches which suit individual’s learning needs and help them to pass their test. We offer extensive driving theory practice classes which can help you to overcome your learning difficulties. We can help you pass both part of your multiple choice and your hazard perception test. We cover all 14 necessary topics in 10 sessions over the 5 week time with 2 classes of 1 hour duration each week. Our aim is to ensure that after 10 classes you will be competent enough in passing both the multiple-choice and the Hazard Perception Test.

Test Summary

Multiple choice questions; in this test you need to score minimum 43 from available 50 points to pass the multiple choice questions part.

Hazard Perception test (14 Video clips); in this test you need to score minimum 44 from available 75 points to pass the Hazard Perception test.

Course Content:
The theory test is consists of two parts; the multiple choice questions and the hazard perception part. You must need to pass both parts to pass the driving theory test. Once you have passed the driving theory test then you can apply to take your practical driving test. Our qualified and dedicated trainers will cover all 14 topics listed below which you require to master for your theory test and enable you to pass your theory test first time.
• Alertness
• Attitude
• Rules of the Road
• Road and Traffic Signs
• Safety Margins
• Hazard Awareness
• Incidents, Accidents and Emergencies
• Safety and Your Vehicle
• Motorway Driving Rules
• Road Conditions and Vehicle Handling
• Essential Documents
• Other Types of Vehicle
• Vehicle Loading
• Vulnerable Road Users

Furthermore we will also prepare you for Hazard perception test to ensure that you pass your test first time. At GCC we give every learner enough practice of multiple mock tests and hazard perception video clips to learn and understand every aspect of the test before we can send them to go for their real test.

Additionally our multi-lingual trainers can provide translations/explanations for difficult terms and phrases (in your preferred language) so you can understand it very easily.

You must pass both parts of the Theory Test (the multiple-choice and the Hazard Perception Test) before you can book your Practical Driving Test.

Your satisfaction is our paramount priority
At GCC our experienced trainers use a variety of teaching methods including audio visual aids, presentations, one to one support and mock tests etc, which increase students learning abilities. Our trainers provide the support to the learners according to their own abilities which improve their learning and build learners confidence level and increase their success ratio. Due to this flexible fast track training, continuously support and guidance from trainers the theory test appear far easier to the learners as compared to unguided self-study. The friendly learning environment and one to one regular constructive feedback to the learners helps them to improve their learning to supreme standards.