Basic Theory Test(BTT) Test Questions
In order to drive your own vehicle in Singapore, you will need to go through 3 different test to be eligible for the Traffic police Test. The Basic Theory Test(BTT), Final Theory Test(FTT) and lastly the Traffic Police Test(TP Test). You will also need to pass BTT in order to apply for your Provisional Driving License(PDL) and begin learning practical driving lessons.
You can take this test at all driving centres. This test is requried for all classes of driving license which includes class 2, class 3, class 4 and class 5. The test is a computerized test which you can take at all driving centers. There are 50 questions in total which will consist on basic traffic rules and also traffic signs and miscellaneous rules. You will need to score at least 90% which means getting 45 correct. It can be very easy to fail and some questions are also misleading so do take note when preparing for the test.
There are two different ways you can study for such a test. There is a theory book which you can purchase at most major bookstores such as MPH or popular. The book usually cost about 5-7 dollars for a hard copy but do take note that there are several versions so try to get the most updated version. Studying the textbook might not be a good way to study because you won’t be able to spot questions and the scope of what you need to learn is quite large.
At PrivateDrivingInstructors.com we created an iOS application. The application consists of a test bank of all the possible questions in BTT. There are over 500 questions which means you can keep trying until you feel confident on taking the test. The questions are all updated questions which will be used in the test as well. Most students prefer to use this because it is more reliable and you get to know majority of the test questions before you are even tested. You can even choose the categories that you feel you are weak in. Download it from here. Many students commented that they used the application on the same day of the test and managed to pass the BTT.
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