Driving Test you must first
complete your Theory and Hazard Perception Tests. Both parts must be
passed at the same sitting to obtain your theory test pass
certificate. Your test certificate is valid for two years and
must pass your practical test within this time or you will need to
retake the test.
test consists of 50 multiple choice questions. These questions cover a
wide range of driving topics. By touching a computer screen you answer
the multiple choice questions. You must answer 43 or more correctly
within 57 minutes to pass the theory test.
minutes the Hazard Perception Test will follow on from the Theory Test.
First, you will be shown a short tutorial video explaining how to carry
out the hazard perception test.
perception test contains a series of 14 video clips each lasting
approximately 1 minute. Every video features a real road clip and there
are a total of 15 scoreable hazards. 13 of the video clips will contain
one hazard and the other 2 will contain two. The video clips will show
a number of hazards, but the only ones that are scored are the
developing ones. Once you see a developing hazard you must respond by
clicking your right or left mouse button as preferred.
click your mouse a red flag will appear at the bottom of the screen to
indicate a response has been made and has been recorded. The earlier
the developing hazards are recognised and your mouse button is pressed
the higher your score will be.
score at least 44 out of a maximum of 75 points to pass this element of
the test. Each video will be displayed once so you must concentrate.
You cannot go back and retake any of them.
of the test
If you have
been successful at both parts of the test you will be awarded your pass
certificate at the end of your test. You should retain this certificate
in a safe place as it will be required for your Practical