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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.

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