Driving Tests - Hazard Perception Test

 

Hazard PerceptionThe hazard perception test is made up of 14 video clips, each clip has 1 developing hazard and 1 clip has 2 hazards. You will have to record a hazard by clicking the mouse. The earlier you click a hazard the more you will score!
The most you can score for each clip is 5 marks. Don’t try to cheat or fool the computer, if you over click or try random clicking you will score zero for that clip and loose the whole 5 marks.
After you have finished the theory and hazard tests you can leave the room and you will be given the result and a certificate if you pass.
You will have to take both parts of your valid driving licence with you to the theory test centre. (Paper and photo-card parts). If you have the old style licence you will have to bring your valid passport

The UK Theory Test consists of two parts:

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PRACTICE THEORY TEST 1

PRACTICE THEORY TEST 2

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