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About this app

Maximize your chances of passing the theory test by practicing similar questions in the same format. Körkortsfrågor makes studying driver's license theory becomes easier and more fun.

The app contains the following:
• Over 1000 theory questions
• Clear explanations for all answer options
• Daily goals (with streak) for effective learning
• Reminders to help you study a little every day (opt-in)

Study when and where you want without an internet connection, e.g., on the bus, the train, or for a short while during the break.

Your daily goal consists of 10 random theory questions that you must clear to keep your streak. These questions are completely free and are renewed every day. However, you must purchase the full version to continue playing after that. There you also get access to a simulation of the actual theory test.

Save money by learning the theory as efficiently as possible. Then you get more out of the driving lessons and don't have to take as many. You also increase your chances of passing the theory test on the first attempt.

The app is very affordable. The full version sells for a fraction of the price compared to similar apps. It's a one-time purchase that unlocks the full version forever. Also, this app is helpful even without the full version.

All facts in the app are taken from safe sources such as the Swedish Transport Agency and STR.

We are constantly working on expanding the app with more questions of the highest quality. Contact us directly via the app if you have any comments or questions. We usually respond within 24 hours.
Updated on
Jul 16, 2024

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