What to expect during the CBR Theory Test?
You have been studying for your CBR Theory Test? And you have planned a day and time slot to take the test? Of course you want to be as prepared as possible to pass this test, so that is why we’ll inform you about the topics and questions you can expect get during this Driving Theory Test. Not yet fully prepared? Then take a look at this excellent on-line e-learning training and testing tool TrafficTrainer. Here you’ll also be trained for the new 2016 ITEC Driving Theory Test; this is the new norm: a completely individual theory test that will gradually replace the old class test. You’ll be taking this test in your own individual cubicle with a touch screen and will be able to answer questions within a limited amount of seconds (see below), whereby there is a maximum time limit of 30 minutes for the whole test.
CBR Driving Theory Test – motorcycle (A) & moped licence (AM)
The CBR Driving Theory Test for the light moped, moped, spartamet, brommobiel and motorcycle licences consists of 50 questions about the traffic rules and regulations and the pass mark is 44 out of 50.
CBR Theory Test – car licence (B)
The CBR Theory Test for the car licence is divided into two parts, which can be separated by a short break. To pass, you must have scored sufficiently for both parts, otherwise the complete test will have to be taken again. These topics are presented to you on your own personal toych screen, showing the relevant picture and the accompanying question, plus answer text blocks, in the language in which you requested.
The two parts are:
1. The Hazard Perception Theory Test Questions ~ pass mark is 13 out of 25 (car licence only)
Your theory test starts with these 25 photographic questions relating to hazard perception and the recognition of dangers; these questions and answers are not read out. Each photograph shows you looking through the front windscreen of the car you are driving in a certain traffic situation; study the photo carefully and thoroughly for possible dangers. This part takes 7 minutes at the most and requires you to indicate within 8 seconds which, out of three, actions you would undertake: to brake, to release the accelerator or to do nothing. You will be able to see:
- the speed at which you are driving, displayed on your dashboard;
- whether a direction indicator warning light is on;
- possible traffic behind you through the rear view mirror.
2. The Standard Theory Test Questions ~ pass mark is 35 out of 40 for the car theory test ~ 44 out of 50 for the moped/motorcycle theory test
You can choose to start with part two after a short break or continue immediately. Part two of this theory test must be completed within 22 minutes and will cover 30 questions about the traffic regulations/rules and 10 questions relating to insight regarding traffic situations. These questions and answers are shown on your own personal touch screen and not read out. These questions are divided into four different types:
- Multiple Choice Questions : here you push the button marked A, B or C within 30 seconds;
- Yes/No Questions : here you simply answer by pushing the YES or NO button within 22 seconds;
- Open Questions : here you’ll need to key-in a certain Number (without decimals), e.g. 50, within 27 seconds.
- Drag Questions : here you’ll need to drag an answer circle with a figure 1, 2 or 3 to an open destination circle within 22 seconds.
You can answer these questions – a photo, a picture or a drawing – in your own time, but always within the limit given for each question. You can also click on the next button to proceed to the following question sooner. Remember that only the visible road users, traffic lights, traffic signs and road markings etc. are relevant to the answer!
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The Categories of the CBR Theory Test Questions
The 40 or 50 questions of the CBR Driving Theory Test are divided into 25 categories, which are marked by a letter from “A” through to “Z”. Below you will find a chart explaining to which category a specific letter belongs. After this test you will receive the test result sheet from the examiner. On this sheet you can find the respective categories in which you either: answered wrongly, answered too late or answered not at all. These are the categories which will require extra attention while preparing for your next test!
A: General traffic legislation (Road Traffic Act)
B: Regulations regarding driving entitlements and driving licences
C: Vehicle equipment and design, the loading and towing of the vehicles
D: Technical aspects , maintenance & inspection of vehicles
E: Use of seat belts & helmets and the seating of passengers
F: Environmentally friendly & fuel efficient driving
G: Hazards related to the condition of the driver (tiredness, proficiency, physical and mental condition, alcohol and medications)
H: Hazards related to the driver’s vehicle characteristics and condition
J: Hazards related to the presence & behaviour of other road-users
JG: Hazards related to the presence & behaviour of other road-users in the hazard perception questions
K: Hazards related to road conditions, visibility & weather circumstances
KG: Hazards related to road conditions, visibility & weather circumstances in the hazard perception questions
L: Behaviour at the scene of accidents & breakdowns en-route
M: Giving way at junctions (perpendicular priority)
N: Giving way when turning-off (parallel priority) & at exits
O: Giving way to the blind or disabled persons & pedestrians
P: Giving way to the emergency services (priority vehicles), military convoys & trams
Q: Performing special manoeuvres & giving way during performing
R: Road placement & positioning
U: Stopping and parking
V: Giving signs and signals
W: The use of lights
X: Traffic signs
Y: Traffic lights & indications
Z: Road markings