|About the Book|
The ‘It’s a Drivers World’ ‘A Thousand & One Theory Test Questions for Trainee A.D.I.s’ book has primarily been prepared with trainee A.D.I.s in mind who are preparing for their A.D.I. part one multiple choice element of the Theory Test.However,MoreThe ‘It’s a Drivers World’ ‘A Thousand & One Theory Test Questions for Trainee A.D.I.s’ book has primarily been prepared with trainee A.D.I.s in mind who are preparing for their A.D.I. part one multiple choice element of the Theory Test.However, it will be of great value to those trainees who want to refine their driving theory for the part two practical driving test and their instructional skills for their part three ‘Test of Instructional Ability’.Fully qualified instructors will find it an essential revision tool when preparing for and undergoing their ‘Check Test’ and a useful means of keeping in touch when giving tuition to learner drivers.Its’ main function is to provide a structured working platform to assist trainee A.D.I.s in studying for the Driving Standards Agency part one Theory Test (multiple choice element). It does this by means of a series of comprehensive quizzes, complete with answers, based upon the required reading necessary to ensure a sound basic knowledge which will lead to a first time pass.There are in fact nine hundred formally set multiple choice questions rather than the one thousand and one implied by the title. The other one hundred and one are questions which may be in the mind of an aspiring instructor which hopefully are answered elsewhere in this and other books by this author.The nine hundred questions comprise seven blocks of one hundred each complete with correct answers together with two mock tests of a further one hundred each complete with correct answers and assessments.To get maximum benefit from this book the trainee is advised to work through the series of questions progressively by seeking the answers in the various reference books recommended for study by the D.S.A. By this means the trainee will effectively cover all the required reading to ensure eventual success in the theory test.As an added incentive a section has been included which sets out briefly the benefits of being a driving instructor. It may be useful to help those who are unsure about the profession to decide whether or not it is worth pursuing.This book costs a fraction of a single ADI training session, but it will be money well spent. You will learn quicker. You will need fewer training sessions. It will save you money.