Once completed the theory questions, you will be able to take a short break, before the start of the hazard perception test.

First you will be shown a short tutorial about how the test works. You will then be shown 14 clips, which will depict various everyday road situations. In each clip their will be a minimum of one developing hazard (15 in total).

To acheive a high score you must click your mouse in the early stages of a hazard developing. The maximum score available for each hazard is five. It should be noted that if you react inappropriately, during the video clip by clicking your mouse continuously, or in a pattern, you will score zero. At the end of that particular clip the computer will inform you that you have scored zero points.

The pass mark for the hazard perception test is currently 44 out of a possible 75. Once you have finished the test there is the opportunity to complete a short survey, but you will not be able to view any of the clips again (only one chance – as with driving). Once you have left the test room, you will not be allowed to re-enter.

Test centre staff will then, shortly provide you with your test results. Remember you must pass both parts of the test to pass your theory test.

As with the theory test, I can provide training, if required. Please Visit my Lesson Prices page for current charges.