The Hazard Perception Test consists of 14 computer generic clips that contain one, or for one of the clips two, hazards. The candidate watches the clip and, using the mouse, clicks to flag an incident as she or he sees it develop. On the clip with two incidents, the candidate must flag both.
The earlier a candidate notices a developing hazard and make a response, the higher the score. The highest score for each hazard is 5 points. After completing the test, the candidate receives a paper printout showing grades for both the multiple-choice questions and the hazard perception test. The candidate must pass both tests to continue to the practical test; if he or she fails either part, both must be taken again. The pass mark for cars is 44 of 75