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How “Knowledge and Understanding” tips can help you learn

13 June 2011
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We’ve improved the Theory Test Pro study experience by adding knowledge and understanding to all of our question banks.

This handy information was previously unavailable to us and was exclusive to the DSA’s official publications. However we’re now able to licence it ahead of the theory test changes that will take effect in 2012.

How does it work?

When a learner reads a questions, this new information helps explains all the things that must be considered in the situation. By understanding this context, the learner will be able to apply their knowledge to the question and answer it correctly.

When a learner approaches their revision for the theory test in this way, rather than remembering questions and answers word for word, it helps them develop a better understanding of safe and responsible motoring.

Here’s an example of what the new text looks like:

Learners have the option of hiding the text if they want to reflect on the question before reading the knowledge and understanding text. They’ve then got the option of revealing the knowledge and understanding text when they need it.

Let us know what you think by adding you thoughts in the comments.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. pat fletcher permalink
    13 June 2011 8:58 pm

    This looks great. Thank you for helping make my job easier and better.

  2. Graham Evans permalink
    14 June 2011 2:55 pm

    This is the best way to check student progress ever – thank you so much 🙂

  3. esther permalink
    24 September 2011 8:29 pm

    Thats great, it does help you to think before jumping on to answere. Esther.

  4. john permalink
    24 March 2012 11:55 pm

    very helpfull indeed.. will it be like this in real test centres? like when you have booked your actual test?

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