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Hardest Driving Theory Test QuestionsThe driving theory test multiple choice component is best prepared for by reading the highway code and then practising the official DSA revision question bank of 960+ questions published by the DSA, and available to practice against on this site.
Although the actual questions in the test are not published, the revision questions are very similar, and therefore by studying these and understanding the answers, you have a great chance of passing the multiple choice part of the test. Many of the questions in the test are simply a case of common sense, and thinking clearly. These you can often answer just by using your brain.
However, there are a number of questions where you will either have to pick carefully from several credible options, or where you will need to learn something. Nobody knows stopping distances off the top of their head, or having not ever done motorway driving as a learner, may well not have picked up on the colour of the various different cats-eyes, so will need to learn new information to answer these questions.
If you have a test coming up very soon and have been through the questions on this site, then you can view a list of just the Questions you got wrong here rather than re-study every question. Alternatively, you might like to pay particular attention to the hardest questions: based on over 150,000 questions answered on this site, we have worked out the questions that people get wrong most frequently. The 50 hardest questions are listed below based on the results of this information: