hazard perception score to pass
You’ll get a letter at the test centre. It’ll tell you which parts you did not score enough points on so you know what to practise.
Your pass certificate number lasts for 2 years. You must pass your driving test in that time, otherwise you’ll have to pass the theory test again.
The DVSA hazard perception score for the Car and Motorcycle test has a possible maximum of 75 and the pass mark is 44/75.
When qualifying as an Approved Driving Instructor you need to score at least 57 points out of 75 to pass the ADI hazard perception test.
The maximum points you can score for each hazard perception clip is five points.
Below you will find all ten of the official Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency practice clips. You will be required to identify the hazard on the first video.
A theory test is made up of two parts taken at the same time – hazard perception and multiple-choice questions.
Once you have your provisional Licence, you can then start thinking about your theory test. You need to pass your theory test before you can take your practical driving test.
You have to pass the Hazard Perception Test to move from a learner’s permit to a P1 provisional licence.
- You can do the test at any Customer Service Centre. You must book first by calling 13 10 84. When you book you must give your learner’s permit number.
- You must pay a fee every time you take the test. You can pay the fee by credit card when you book, or by cash, debit or credit card if you visit a Customer Service Centre.
- You do the test on a computer, but you don’t need computer skills.
- The test checks your ability to deal with risky driving situations.
- You’ll look at film clips of real traffic situations. You’ll be asked to show what you would do in these situations.
- You can practice the test here on the My Licence website.
- If you fail the test you can take it again straight away if a spot is available.