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Later this month will see extra questions introduced into the driving theory test, it has been announced.

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) revealed that the changes would come into force on September 28th in a bid to test potential drivers on both understanding and knowledge.

Candidates will be confronted with one case study example during the test, which will involve five questions based on a scenario or short story.

"Over time, we plan to introduce more case studies into the theory test to assess candidates' understanding of what they have learned," revealed DSA director of driver education and learning Jill Lewis.

However, just one case study will be used for the time being in order to allow the DSA to monitor the impact on the theory test, she added.

At present, candidates are expected to answer 50 questions in 57 minutes, with the pass rate standing at 43 out of 50.ADNFCR-2576-ID-19346931-ADNFCR

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