Pass Your Theory Test With Colour Academy Books
Are you struggling to pass your Theory Test? Then like many visual learners the book by Colour Academy Books may help you pass!
To apply for your UK practical driving test, you must first pass the UK theory and hazard perception tests. The theory test can be challenging for many, with approximately 51.3% of people failing it the first time. To help learner drivers memorise such a large amount of information, Colour Academy Books have created a Study in Colour Theory Test Book.
Colour Academy Books
Their book has been created to help visual learners pass their theory tests. The book uses illustrations to help learner drivers memorise road/traffic signs, safety margins and motorway rules for their upcoming theory test. The book allows you to colour in road-based scenarios, which is fun, whilst also aiding memory retention and recall rates. The hands-on nature of the book allows you to visualise scenarios to get the right answer. There are many theory test books around, however, most are heavily reliant on text-based information with minimal use of colourful imagery. This can be difficult for learners who need visual stimuli to remember information.
So, instead of reading a book of rules, why not interact with illustrations that depict real roadside scenarios? It’ll make revising fun!
The Study in Colour Book:
- Covers everything in the official DVSA Car Theory Test
- Helps you memorise more information faster
- Contains links to free hazard perception resources
If you’re struggling to retain information from traditional theory test books, why not give this practical colouring book a go to study in colour. It costs £14, you can also add on a pack of 12 Stabilo Colouring Pencils for an extra £5.
So, what are you waiting for, make learning for your theory test fun today! All pre-orders will be sent out week commencing, 26th of November 2018.
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