Final Theory Test
The Final Theory Test is really a lot tricker than the Basic Theory Test in the sense that you will be expected to know how a manual car work (clutch, brakes and accelerator) together with the different gears.
Even if you are going for the auto car license (Class 3A), you have to clear the same Final Theory Test taken by Class 3 students (Manual and Auto).
We really feel it’s better for you to attend at least 1 to 2 practical lessons with a manual or auto car FIRST before taking the FTT. This will give you a much better appreciation of the use of the clutch-brake-accelerator combination together with the gear. Quite a lot of questions in the FTT covers this.
Pay attention to how the FTT focuses on drink drinking. Applies a lot of common sense and you can clear a lot of such questions. Essentially do NOT drink and drive!
Areas covered in the Final Theory Test:
- Introduction – safe driving
- Operation of vehicle controls. This covers the different fuctions on clutch, brake, accelerator and gears for example.
- Basic Driving Techniques covering different safety aspects of driving.
- Techniques in driving in traffic. Driving uphill and downhide and other details on navigating the traffic.