1. The test question database will contain 4,000 questions and will be created dynamically, meaning new questions will be added to it.
2. There will be 32 questions for categories A, B, C, D and T in the theoretical test, 20 of them from the common base and 12 from the specialist base.
3. Video clips will be introduced to illustrate different traffic situations. The clips will be tested for all categories, from a common database. In addition to clips, there will also be photos and animations or a question without photos.
4. Questions (1-20) will be answered YES or NO, there will also be questions with answers A, B and C (21-32), however, due to the fact that the tests will be a single choice, only one answer can be correct.
5. Clips will be displayed in 5-15 seconds, details are not yet fixed.
6. The response time will be limited for the video clip to 10 seconds, while for questions with answers A, B, or C up to 30 seconds.
7. You won’t be able to return to your questions, but you’ll be able to change your answer before the time is up or before you move on to the next question.
8. The database of questions is likely to be known to the public only in part.
9. Questions will be scored, 3 points for a question of great importance for road safety, 2 for medium and 1 for low importance for road safety.
10. The maximum number of points that can be earned will be 74. We will achieve a positive result of the theoretical exam after obtaining a minimum of 68 points.
11. The exam will last 25 minutes.
12. Many of the details are not yet established as there are no relevant regulations. Some things may change, but one thing is already certain. The new tests will enter into force in January 2013
Since 2013, the database of questions on driving licences will be significantly changed. Instead of the current few hundred questions, it will be expanded to 120
0 questions. Static image questions are designed to replace dynamic video-imaged situations. The database of questions is likely to be known to the public, although the current model of science will probably go away in oblivion on the basis of remembering the database of questions. An extensive database and frequent change of questions will force learning by learning about the Road Code. It is also likely that the passability of the theoretical examination is expected to drop dramatically.
The increase in the number of questions included in driving tests is aimed at eliminating the phenomenon of memory assimilation of answers, which is now commonly the case. Repeating questions from the current database several times allows you to pass the driving test in memory. 1200 questions cannot be remembered so easily.
Although the number of questions will change, their scope will not change. The material that the future driver will have to master will remain the same. However, the form of conducting the exam will cha
nge. Instead of the current three answers, of which the examinee chooses one, two or three answers, only two options will be possible: YES and NO, but also questions with three answers A, B and C, of which only one will be
correct. The 2012 driving test examiner will answer questions that will be designed to answer them from the driver’s position. At the
moment, candidates for drivers have as much as 25 minutes to pass a theoretical exam consisting of 18 questions. The number of questions in the exam is to be 32 and the questions for each category will be drawn partly from the basic database (20) and partly from the specialist questions specific to the category (12).
After the changes in 2013, there will be no way to go back to the previous questions. We will only have a few tens of seconds to answer the question. How much? This is not yet known. Preliminary information speaks about 10 or 30
seconds. Such a solution seems to be very rational, because on the road we do not have time to consider correct behavior, rather we rely on learned reflexes.