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Theory Test in Other Languages & Special Needs

 

Other Languages

In Wales and along the Welsh borders you can take the theory test with Welsh on the screen. A Welsh voiceover for the theorty test is also available..

Using a headset you can also hear the test questions read in Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Cantonese, Dari, Farsi, Gujarati, Hindi, Kashmiri, Kurdish, Mirpuri, Polish, Potugese, Punjabi, Pushto, Spanish, Tamil, Turkish and Urdu.

To take the test in any othe rlanguage you will need to bring a DSA approved translator. This needs to be arranged at the time of booking, is only available at certain test centres and you need to pay for the translator yourself.

Note: From April 2014 the driving theory test will only be available in future in English and Welsh.

 

Theory Test Special Needs

If you have special needs you will need to make them known at the time of booking. Be aware that not all theory test centres have easy disabled access, so you will need to check this when you book.

Theory Test and Reading Difficulties:
You can have an English voiceover on a headset if you have reading difficulties or dyslexia. You can also ask for up to twice the normal amount of time for the test. You will however need to provide a letter from a suitable independent person who knows of your difficulties.

The Test and Hearing Difficulties
The multiple choice questions and introduction to the hazard perception test can be delivered in British Sign Language on-screen. Alternatively a BSL signer can be provided if requested at the time of booking.

Physical Disabilities
If you have difficulties using the mouse, special arrangements can be made if you inform the DSA when you book.