The freight industry is thriving, and for those who are seeking a secure job that pays well, the LGV training available from The LGV Training Company is a viable option. The courses available allow many individuals to forge a new and exciting career with many benefits, but to successfully apply for the course, you first need to pass your theory test.
The theory test comprises of a hazard perception test and a multiple choice questionnaire; the hazard perception test comprises of 19 clips within which you need to spot a hazard which you can do by clicking your mouse. You should respond to the hazard as quickly as possible, whether it is a hazard that could develop, or you need to take evasion action to avoid a hazard. To help you prepare for your hazard perception test, we at The LGV Training Company have an online practice centre which allows you to practice the hazard perception test either in the comfort of your own home or on your mobile.
Aside from helping you to pass your hazard perception test, we also help you to pass the multiple choice questionnaire. This questionnaire will present you with 100 questions, of which you will need to get 85 correct in order to successfully pass this part of your test. To help you prepare, our online practice centre will ask you a broad range of questions in a mock test, so that you are fully prepared to pass your LGV test and be part of the way through your LGV/HGV training and on the road to gaining your full licence.
Many of our students have found our online practice centre very useful, as the hands on experience gained from the practice test allows you to get a feel for what the real exam will be like, and the various questions that will be asked. Through continual practice, your chances of success will steadily rise, leading the way to a fruitful career in the freight industry.
For further details on our online practice centre or our HGV/LGV training, be sure to get in touch by calling us on 0800 0744 007.
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