Passing your Basic Theory Test in Singapore

When it comes to your practical driving, you have the choices of choosing school driving instructors or private approved driving instructors. In Singapore, you can take your driving lessons in any of the driving centres here: Bukit Batok driving centre, Comfort driving centre (ubi driving centre) and Woodlands driving centre.
A main good reason why most of the people choose private approved driving instructors certainly is the cost factor.

You may be paying only SGD$45 per 1 hour 30 minutes session (from what I check up on the net some private approved driving instructors are offering lower rates) with a private driving instructor. And with the same driving instructor (private), you will get better pointers with regards to correcting your bad driving habits, which inturn increases your chances of passing.

With the main advantage of getting a private driving instructor to be the cost factor, the next challenge you’ve got is usually to hire the suitable private driving instructor to get ready you for your practical test. When taking your Singapore driving license, you can hire a private driving instructor for your practical tests at the same time while studying for your basic theory test and final theory test. Check out the Traffic Police Singapore website for other details.

Whenever you hire and work with a private driving instructor the very first time, there is a one-time SGD$60 (industry average) as registration fee. The issue lies herein, imagine if you spend the $60 registration fee and doesn’t get the right private driving instructor? You find yourself paying the registration fees for a new private driving instructor again (and you face precisely the same risks still).

What we do
in Kukudrivers is to utilize a pool of private driving instructors who definitely are good and come recommended. In terms of this, one man’s meat can be another’s poison.

Passing your Basic Theory Test is your first step in getting your driving license in Singapore.
we’re talking about motor cars Class 3 / 3A / 3C / 3CA.
Note: Class 3C / Class 3CA are new licenses issued by the Traffic Police effective 1st June 2015.
For making things simpler, despite any type of Class 3 you will need to clear your Basic Theory Test and Final Theory Test thought your Practical Driving Test differs in terms of the requirements of the type of Class 3 license you’re taking.

Whether you’re going for Manual or Auto (Class 3 / 3A / 3C / 3CA licenses), the Basic Theory Test (Exam) takes place in various driving schools.
 basic theory test
You can enroll as a school student for your basic theory test at CDC even if you plan to work with private driving instructors later. The fact is we suggest you to enroll with the school when you’re getting ready for your Basic Theory Test.
As a student, you can take more mock (simulated) basic theory test tests 2-3 hours before the actual exam. This certainly will greatly assist you in clearing your Basic Theory Test.

Taking Your Driving Lessons in Singapore for your Traffic Police Driving License Test
In general your driving lessons (from start to finish) involve both theoretical and practical lessons.

The sequence of your driving lessons are as (in order):
1. Basic Theory Lessons (theoretical)
You are able to really study from home at your own comfort you can also attend the lessons covered by the various driving schools. To be honest, the Basic Theory Test revolves around the basic concepts of driving and learning the various road signs and traffic regulation. Basically rote learning (memorization) in my personal opinion.
2. Final Theory Lessons (theoretical)
Also known “Advance Theory Test”, you can too attend final theory driving lessons if you’d like to and similar to the Basic Theory Tests, we feel it is sufficient to study at your own pace.
3. Practical Driving Lessons (practical)
Unlike the theoretical nature above, you are required to either
attend a driving school for your school driving lessons or engage a private driving instructor for your private driving lessons.

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