Dyslexia and learning difficulties Driving Theory test Practice
Dyslexic Driving Theory Test Tutor
Dyslexix driving theory test help
Driving Theory test practice understands that sometimes due to learning difficulties and where English is not your first language that learning for the driving theory test can appear quite daunting.
Driving Theory Test Practice work with all learning abilities and with all students on the autistic spectrum with exceptional success for the students.
We have various teaching methods and adapt all to suit the learners' effective way ability, which is done in a fun yet effective way.
Always one to one lessons, no CD or app learning just personal tuition to teach and allow the student to gain their confidence over the test
Driving Theory Test Practice
Being Dyslexic and having a learning difficulty does not stop you from learning to drive.
Some of the factors that identify if you may be dyslexic
Weak short term and working memory (holding on to and applying information).
Auditory processing: taking on board what is being said quickly
Difficulty with focusing, easily distracted
Difficulty identifying left from right.
Visual distraction, visual memory issues.
Slower processing speed in the brain.
Sequencing problems: getting information in the right order.
Additional Driving Theory Test Support
When booking your driving theory test, special conditions can be put in place by the DVLA for students who require these adjustments.
Driving Theory Test Practice can help with all aspects from advice to form filling to contact with
The Driving Theory Test for Dyslexic Students or students with any learning difficulties may differ from those who do not have these impairments.
They may be entitled to a reader, oral moderator, extra time and in some instances a separate room
Driving Theory Test Practice can help ensure you get these provisions into place if applicable
Since January 2000, theory tests have been delivered using a touch screen computer.
Candidates sit at individual booths.
The 50 questions appear one at a time on a computer screen and candidates select their multiple choice answers by touching the screen.
Candidates can also work through a practice session for up to 15 minutes to get used to the system before starting their test. We recommend that you take full advantage of the practice session. Remember some students are negligible for a Personal Reader to read the questions to them.
During the test, the screen shows which of the 50 questions you are doing, and how much time you have remaining. Remember some students can apply for extra time.
You can change your answers. A review screen tells you how many questions you have completed, any incomplete answers (i.e. not enough choices marked) and which questions you have 'flagged' to return to later.
Candidates receive their test results, and feedback information about errors within 30 minutes of finishing the test.
You will not be told about specific questions which were not answered correctly, but only the subject area where a incorrect answer occurred.