Lack of observation when emerging from junctions, incorrect gear changes and lack of steering control are just a handful of potential problems that this CD-ROM sets out to tackle. This title is very clearly laid out and it is simple to follow. In the car test section, you can sit a mock test under exam conditions. In total 35 random questions are generated from the database and asked in a similar way to the real theory test examination. Mini traffic lights appear alongside questions and stay red until you have made your answer.
As well as taking mock tests, this title offers a preparation section that gives you some useful background on what to expect from your test.
The hazards perception section is designed to improve your confidence when you are behind the wheel so you can work out what is required in any given situation. During video clips a red ring appears identifying a potential hazard and text describes what is happening. This is an excellent tool for improving your driving skills and a good way to practice by yourself.
It also provides follow-up information about buying new or used cars and provides handy Web links to motoring organisations. --Justin Hunt
As far as the Theory part of the test goes, I fully recommend this CD-ROM over the others available, it does have helpful pointers and shows where you have gone wrong. Theres plenty of questions that they can ask you in the mock tests, and I believe all of the questions from the actual test are on this product- there was not a question that I had never seen before.
If you work thorough this Cd-ROM carfully and slowly you will past the multiple choice part of the test. Just don't buy this product if you're struggling with the new hazard perception part.
But as I said at the start of this review, this is not bad for learning and revision. I wouldn't say that it's good for the mock tests, but I wouldn't say thats it's bad either.
Good luck with your theory and practical driving tests.
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