So you’ve heard that the Theory Test is difficult, but luckily you were clever and booked driving lessons with 1st 4 Driving, meaning you qualify for FULL, FREE theory training with Theory Test Pro.
FULL ACCESS – Not Like Other Schools
Some driving schools draw you in with the promise of free Theory Test training, but the offer becomes too good to be true. It soon becomes clear that you’re only getting part-access to the training and you have to pay a subscription. That’s how we’re different to other schools. With us, you know you’ll get all the support and help you need to pass both of your tests.
What’s Theory Test Pro?
Theory Test Pro is an online resource designed to help you pass your Theory Test first time. As a current pupil with us, you will get full access to the site with your own unique login. You will be able to practice through an extensive library of multiple-choice questions just like the ones you will have to answer in your Theory Test. The application also allows you to track your progress, so you know just how ready you are to take the test. As well as this, Theory Test Pro has the Hazard Perception Test to get valuable experience practicing with different scenario video clips before your test.
I’m Already a Pupil, How Can I Get a Login?
If you’re a current pupil with us, you can request your login details using the usual contact methods:
Call the office on: 0330 22 33 123
Email us at email@example.com
Chat with us by clicking on that annoying little pop up at the bottom of the screen where a real person will receive your message and answer any questions you might have.
Dave Foster MA, Dip.DI (or Driving School Dave) is the most qualified driving school owner in the country, after completing his Master’s Degree in Driver Training Education in 2011 at Middlesex University. He also holds a diploma in Driving Instruction and is a Cert Ed. qualified teacher. Dave is the founder and Managing Director of 1st 4 Driving Ltd, and also looks after over 15 driving schools across the country on a consultancy basis.