March 21, 2022
As we get ready to sign off on a 6th year of the DVSA training and assessment format and head into the new training year, we’re happy to reveal that the training topics for the 2022-2023 year have been announced by the DVSA.
We’ve put the topics on a dedicated web page where you can read them in greater detail. You can view them here:
View the 2022-23 annual training topics online.
We’ve also put these onto a handy PDF document so you can download, save and print them later on in the year. You can grab a copy of the annual training topics PDF here:
Download 2022-23 training topics PDF.
The exam for 2022-23 is pretty much the same as the last few years.
– The mark required to pass the assessment stays at 80%.
– There will still be 30 questions based on the training topics above.
– You will still have a time limit of 1 hour to complete the assessment.
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