From 23rd January 2012 the multiple choice part of the UK driving Theory Test has been made up of questions that are no longer available in training materials.
The DSA state that removing the theory test questions and answers will allow test candidates to gain the knowledge and understanding on becoming a safe driver instead of simply memorising the answers.
Instead, questions and answers very similar to those found in the actual test are provided, along with full explanations of the answers.
Richard was an extremely patient and encouraging teacher. He always adopted a positive and supportive approach while helping me to become a more independent, confident driver. The lessons were well structured and individualised. He was flexible in his approach; allowing me to focus on aspects of my driving that I was particularly worried/apprehensive about. Despite my nervous disposition - Richard put me at ease and helped me focus on becoming more confident. His kind, constructive approach was extremely beneficial to my learning. Richard was definately the right instructor for me and I'd highly recommend him to anyone!
— Dr Carinne McMurray