Let's look at the differences.
I'm currently learning to drive, and before you can take any practical tests you have to pass a theoretical test, a multiple choice exam where you need to score 43/50. Also required is a 'hazard perception test' where you watch 14 video clips and have to click the mouse when you see a hazard developing. Points are scored based on your reaction time to the hazard, from 5 to 1. To pass this puppy you need 44/75 points.
I really wanted to share some of my test questions for a couple of reasons. One is comdey value based on our shared interest in Vietnam and our tounge in cheek knowledge of its roads, two is highlighting some of the more patronising questions I've had to suffer. This is the way people are treated in my country...
Hopefully you can read these questions, if not use Cntrl and + to zoom in.
This one is designed to test your 'attitude'.
This one asks what you should do if your car breaks down on a level crossing (basically on a railway line) and the bell starts to go off...
Two for a little Saigonese driving style humour now....I have selected the appropriate answers.