What is Hazard Perception Test?

By February 18, 2015 Uncategorized No Comments

The Hazard Perception Test was introduced into the Theory Test in 2002, after completing the multiple-choice part you are given a few minutes break before you start the Hazard Perception part of the exam.

You will be shown an instructional video to show how the test works.

In the test you are shown 14 film clips, each clip is one minute long and all clips are filmed from a car. Each clip contains at least one developing hazard, you will be marked on your response to the developing hazard, the sooner you spot the developing hazard the higher your score.

The maximum you can score for each developing hazard is 5 pts; the pass mark is 44 out of a possible 75. You will be given the result after the test, you must pass both tests at the same time. When you pass you will be given a pass certificate, which allows you to book your Practical Test.

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