LGV CPC THEORY Theory Case Studies Everything you need to pass the LGV theory, Hazard perception, case studies tests and initial driver CPC

LGV Module 1a Multiple-choice theory and Module 1b Hazard Perception Tests

National pass rate 60.7%
Our pass rate 91.8%

LGV multiple-choice test and hazard perception test are two separate tests that you will need to complete before you’re able to start your practical training.

To pass the module 1a multiple-choice theory, you will need to score a minimum of 85%. There are 100 questions in total, and you’ll have 1 hour and 55 minutes to complete the test.

The minimum pass mark for the module 1b hazard perception test is 67 out of 100. In this examination, you will need to click when you see a hazard developing.

Both tests are undertaken at a test centre, and it’s possible to book them both on the same day.

You will be given a letter immediately after completing the tests indicating whether you passed or failed.

CPC Module 2 Case Studies Test

National pass rate 63.2%
Our pass rate 92.4%

You need a driver CPC qualification. For this, you’ll need to take the module 2 case studies test.

The test can be taken in a test centre at the same time as the multiple-choice theory and hazard perception. You do not need to wait until you’ve passed your practical to take the test.

The exam is made up of several case studies that give scenarios you may encounter during your working day as an LGV driver. Each case study has between 5-10 questions, and to pass, you will need a minimum score of 40 out of 50.

You will be given 1 hour 30 minutes to complete the questions.

This, along with the module 4 practical demonstration test which you’re training school will assist you with, will complete your driver CPC and be valid for five years.

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