Download our 5* FREE theory app on iOS & Android: iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/theory-test-uk-2016-by-midrive/id958130652?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.midrive.theory&hl=en_GB Here's a run-down of the Hazard Perception section of your Theory Test; what it's about and how to do it, along with a list of handy tips and tricks to help you along your way! ================================================ Transcript: You'll be shown fourteen different video clips of everyday road scenes. Most clips will contain one hazard, but one of the clips will contain two. Click the mouse every time you see a hazard that may cause you to slow down or change direction. The sooner you spot the hazard, the more points you'll score! Give it a try! How did you do? Let's take a look... This car's been indicating since the start of the clip but has just pulled out. If you only noticed it as it was doing so, chances are you won't score any points for that. While the dog never becomes a 'developing hazard' (i.e. causes the driver to take action), it's worth clicking just in case. Again, to score as many points as possible, you should have clicked the moment you saw this guy exit the park on the right. Tips and tricks: - You can score a maximum of five points per hazard. - The pass mark is 44, out of a possible total of 75. - Although a number of perceived hazards may exist, you will only score points for the developing hazard; i.e., the hazard that causes the driver in the video to slow down or change direction. - Click only where necessary; the computer will know if you're trying to cheat. But at the same time, don't be afraid to click a few times per hazard - the scoring window will only open once the hazard develops; just because you've clicked to identify a particular hazard it doesn't mean you'll score points. It's better to click a few too many times than too few. - Always book your test via a .gov website; unofficial routes may end up costing you more. miDrive : Available on the App Store.
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