Driving Theory by James May 9+

2023 Full DVSA Theory Test Kit

Splink Industries

Designed for iPhone

    • £5.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

The UK's TOP RATED Driving Theory Test app and Apple APP OF THE DAY! Pass your Driving Theory FIRST TIME the James May Way, and now with Practical Driving Tips too...

It’s time for a fresh approach to learning Driving Theory. With my revolutionary approach you’ll not only pass your 2023 DVSA driving theory test more easily, but you’ll also retain your knowledge for longer, making you a better and safer driver for years to come.

Benefit From My 40+ Years of Driving Experience
With some algorithmic wizardry and my 40+ years of driving experience, my app generates a bespoke training plan for you. All you need is a few spare minutes a day – next thing you know, you’ll be passing your 2023 DVLA driving theory test first time round.

No More Epic Fails
Over 50% of all the driving theory tests taken in 2022 resulted in an epic fail, meaning drivers-to-be wasted around £16 million pounds of their hard-earned cash. Don’t be one of them in 2023!

Key Features
- Daily Training Plan, Algorithmically Tailored to You
- Spaced Repetition Learning Method
- Complete DVSA 2023 Learning Materials & Hazard Perception clips
- The James May Way
- Road Signs and Braking Distances Games
- Unlimited Timed Mock Tests

Get Exclusive Videos from James May
I’ll be on hand throughout to explain concepts and offer hints and tips based on my 40+ years of driving experience. You’ll be surprised at how many answers can be found using good old-fashioned common sense.

Learning Programme, Driven by Science
Benefit from spaced-repetition-learning:
- Learn better with training sessions at the precise point you would normally start forgetting key information.
- Questions or topics you’re struggling with will be repeated at just the right time…
- …until you’ve mastered them.

Personalised lessons
Spend just a few minutes each day practicing for your 2023 driving theory test with a bespoke training plan based on your 2023 theory test date and our science-backed learning system.
- Waiting for a bus?
- On the bog?
- Having a cup of tea?
- It’s a no brainer.

The James May Way: Common Sense Learning
I’ll guide you through the DVSA driving test learning materials myself! The app will remember what learning you do here, which means your training plan will always be up-to-date with what you do or don’t know.
- Benefit from my 40+ years of driving experience - and resulting wisdom
- Common-sense easily understood guides
Voiceover Walkthroughs of all 34 DVSA 2023 practice clips

Complete DVSA Questions & Hazard Perception Clips
The learning material contained within the app is the latest licensed content from the DVSA. Plus, my wisdom, obviously.
- Complete DVSA 2023 Practice Theory Question Bank
- Licensed DVSA 2023 Practice Hazard Perception Clips

Get Ready With Timed Mock Tests
- Take unlimited, timed mock driving theory tests - just like the real thing… only without the pressure or the 1980’s furniture.
- Areas needing work highlighted for easy revision
- Build your confidence with pass after pass

A Brilliant Accompaniment to Practical Driving Lessons
Experience common-sense driving categories for the first time ever - that make sense while you’re behind the wheel. Now including:
- Getting Going
- Motorways
- C*ck-ups
- & more!

Play Road Signs and Braking Distance Driving Games
There’s no easy way around it: road signs and braking distances are things you just have to learn. Thankfully, my app contains two driving games to make the process slightly less dull.
- Road Signs Practice Game
- Braking Distances Practice Game

Designed and built with the help of some rather clever developers from AND Digital.

Start learning the James May Way today.

We’d love to hear if you have any thoughts or suggestions – just drop us an email (feedback@jamesmaytheorytest.com) & we’ll get back to you as soon as we can!

What’s New

Version 1.4.41

Additional content updates

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
17.2K Ratings

17.2K Ratings

cragleton ,

This helped me pass first time

This app helped me pass my theory test first time. It’s simple to use, straight forward and doesn’t make any of the criteria more complicated. There are multiple ways to learn on this app whether that being the training plan that gives you a little bit of everything as a small reviser. There was “The James May way” which I found to be very useful as it was cut into sections those being simplified topics of what would come up in the real test. I found this method the most useful as I could happily focus on the section I struggled with the most. The mock test which puts you in a scenario like you would be in the real thing but it’s just a mock test and nothing counts. Yes this app may have been a huge help and that is why I passed first time but like anything out there that you want to achieve, you have to put the time and effort in to make it count. Doesn’t have to take a whole day, could just be 15 minutes or an hour a day. Over time that you’ll really benefit and you’ll thank yourself. Really good app, would recommend it to anyone. The videos are straight to the point and give off a very reassuring tone. And it’s developed by James may, a literal legend so why wouldn’t you? He knows his stuff.

Natz785 ,

Worth the £6.99

I never pay for apps because I’m apprehensive about their quality. However, the 10,000s of positive reviews and feedback for this app is absolutely true. I downloaded it 6 weeks before my theory and used it daily to train for the test which I passed. The app is well laid out and it is quite nice to have the comical commentary of James May. I definitely recommend this to anyone who’s got their theory coming up, especially if you’re like me and failed it before. It’s helps make learning fun and memorable.

To the app developers, I feel there are few tweaks needed - on the day of the test I wanted to use the app to revise quickly just before but it asked if I’d passed my test. I had to click “haven’t taken it yet” then reset the test date so I could check that off. Adding a time of test could be nice so it doesn’t preemptively ask if it’s passed as I’m sure many use it on the day of. Also more hazard perception videos if it’s possible because I had learned them all and felt like I was only passing on the app because I knew what and when the hazard was going to be.

Ikrimah786 ,

Great App better than the 4 in 1

I like how immersive this app is. You can easily navigate through it and it makes sure you understand what you’re doing. The training plans are a great idea. However, I did not do the training plan and mastered each topic individually on the multiple choice and Hazard perception. Thanks to this I passed first try! The downside is that it said I was gonna fail because I didn’t complete the training tasks. It also doesn’t allow you to share whether you have passed or not without the training plan feature. There was also a bit of misinformation being the fact that I would fail because I hadn’t done 100% mastery. I had only done 50% on both sections and I felt that was enough for me to pass, which I assumed correctly. Im still going to hate the app for saying I would fail just because I went about the training plan differently. The app also crashes a lot when on the hazard perception section which was annoying because it would make me do it again, when all I wanted was to access the video explanation. Apart from that the app was really good and is easy for anyone of All ages to understand 👍🏾

Developer Response ,

Many thanks for your very comprehensive review.

In-App Purchases

Practical Driving Test Secrets
10 Key Lessons to Pass Your Practical Test
£2.99

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