1. You should inform your pupil that during the turn in the road exercise they should complete the manoeuvre
A) As quickly as possible in three movments
B) In three movments but touching the kerb would not necessarlily mean a failure
C) With as few moves as possible taking into account the size of the vehicle and the width of the road
D) In three movments without touching the kerb
2. An example of the use of feedback technique by a driving instructor is to.
A) Concentrate fully on teaching new skills.
B) Record pupils progress for the instructors. needs.
C) Inform the pupil of their progress.
D) Tell the pupil what they have done wrong.
3. The process of perception can be described as.
A) Dealing with situations in retrospect
B) The selective focusing on a given hazard
C) Defining hazards as you pass them
D) The interpretation of necessary information
4. What type of vehicle answering an emergency call would have a green flashing beacon?
A) Coastguard
B) Doctors car
C) Fire engine
D) Ambulance
5. You can park on the right -hand side of a road at night.
A) Less than 10 meters from a junction.
B) Only under a lamp-post
C) In a one -way street
D) With your offside parking lights switched on.
6. Your vehicle goes into a skid, the left of your vehicle goes out what would happen if you oversteer to the left?
A) Nothing
B) You will correct the skid.
C) You will do a 360 spin.
D) This wil cause the vehicle to skid in the opposite direction.
7. You are driving along a road that has a cycle lane. The lane is marked by a solid white line. This means that during its period of operation.
A) You may drive in that lane at any time.
B) The lane may be used for parking your car.
C) You must not drive in that lane.
D) The lane may be used when necessary.
8. Driving -the essential skills states that when changing lanes on a motorway you should carry out the msm routine :You should?
A) Change direction.
B) Start the routine earlier at higher speeds
C) Expect other traffic to act on your signal
D) start the routine later at higher speeds.
9. Turning the wheel too late when turning a corner to the right will be marked on the driving test report as?
A) Control: steering
B) Positioning: normal driving
C) Junctions: turning right
D) positioning: lane discipline
10. The minimum age to drive a car by a person receiving the higher rate of disability living allowance is?
A) 15 years
B) 16 years
C) 17 years
D) 21years
11. On a driving test while starting off uphill, the candidate stalls the car. The examiner will record the fault on the driving test report in the heading?
A) Move away safely.
B) Make proper use of the clutch.
C) Make proper use of the clutch and handbrake.
D) Move away under control.
12. Learning by rote is an effective technique for?
A) Deciding on the best procedure at a roundabout.
B) Learning general driving.
C) Analysing a series of road manoeuvres.
D) Memorising facts and figures.
13. A newly qualified driver must?
A) Be accompanied on a motorway.
B) Not exceed 40mph for 12 months.
C) Have valid motor insurance.
D) Display green L-Plates.
14. A toucan crossing is different from other crossings because.
A) It is controlled by two flashing lights
B) It is controlled by a traffic warden
C) Cyclist can use it
D) Moped riders can use it
15. An appropriate use of open questions is to establish a pupils.
A) Attitude to road procedures.
B) Level of practical knowledge.
C) Motivation for learning to drive.
D) Degree of psychomotor skills.
16. A pupil can be encouraged to develope a good driving attitude by.
A) An Instructor imposing their will
B) Letting them learn from experience
C) Persuasion and example
D) Asking Them to study the instruction manuals
17. A driver will be disqualified if they accumulate more than 12 penalty points in a period of
A) 3 years
B) 5 years
C) 4 years
D) 6nmonths
18. If convicted of drinking and driving twice within 10 years which Agency would you have to satisfy that they do not have an alcohol problem?
A) Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency's : Medical Branch.
B) Police Authority
C) Driving Standards Agency
D) Benefits Agency
19. When disabled drivers take their driving test what arrangements are made?
A) Extra time is given because all the manoeuvres must be carried out
B) Time is allowed for an extended test
C) Aspecial driving test is arranged to suit the candidates disaability
D) Extra time is given to the examiner
20. You wish to turn right you should take up the correct position in good time to?
A) Allow drivers to pass you on the right
B) Give a better view into the road that you are joining
C) Help other road users know what you intend to do
D) Allow other drivers to pull out in front of you