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HAZARD PERCEPTION TEST

Tap the "L" icon above to practice "Free" for the Hazard Perception Test. The Hazard Perception Test is part of the Theory Test set by the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and will take place once you have completed the multiple choice section of the test. You must pass both parts (multiple choice and hazard perception) to be successful in passing.

You cannot book or take a driving test for a full UK licence without first passing your Theory Test. Good Luck

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UK THEORY TEST

Tap the "L" icon above to practice "Free" for the Theory Test (multiple choice part). The multiple choice part of the test is part of the Theory Test set by the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and will take place before you take your Hazard Perception section. You must pass both parts (multiple choice and hazard perception) to be successful in passing.

You cannot book or take a driving test for a full UK licence without first passing your Theory Test. Good Luck

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LEARN THE HIGHWAY CODE

Tap the "L" icon above for a "Free" online version of the Highway Code to practice for the UK Theory Test. Knowing your Highway Code will bring you a greater understanding of the road and will help you towards being successful in passing your Theory Test. It is generally a good idea to prepare for your theory in conjunction with your driving lessons, by doing so will aid your understanding through putting theory into practice, which will improve your chances in passing both tests, first time. Good Luck

Areas covered by Profile for driving lessons; Halifax | Hipperholme | Shelf | Lightcliffe | Brighouse | Rastrick | Northowram | Southowram | Luddenden Foot | Queensbury | Illingworth | Sowerby Bridge |Hebden Bridge | Ripponden | Greetland | West Vale | Elland | Wyke | Triangle | Mytholmroyd | Holywell Green | Sowerby | Norland | Ripponden | and many smaller outlying communities around our main areas of local work along with some Huddersfield and Bradford post codes.

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A BRIEF OVERVIEW: THEORY TEST & HAZARD PERCEPTION

Hazard Perception; to be successful in this part of the test you have to view and respond to ‘developing hazards’ contained in 14 video clips, which usually last for around a minute or so. 13 video clips have one scoring hazard in them and 1 video clip has two scoring hazards in it. You will be watching the screen as if you were driving. The scoring mechanism is based on a maximum of 5 for a correct and perfectly timed click on your mouse when spotted, down to a minimum of 1 for a poorly timed click on your mouse. A zero score will be given if you don’t spot the hazard in good time.


The video clips are without sound and your test is scored out of a maximum of 75 available points and you need to score 44 or more. If you just guess and click in rhythm hoping for the best, the test will cancel that clip and give a zero point. The key to success is learning to spot a ‘developing hazard’ at the correct time if you want maximum points. If you are unsure what a ‘developing hazard is, speak to your Profile driving instructor and he or she will gladly explain so you understand and help you with your practice, because if you are already taking lessons, you are already working and driving with developing hazards all around you while you are learning to drive, whether you are in a manual or automatic car.

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Theory – Multiple Choice Questions; you will have 57 minutes to answer 50 multiple choice theory test questions. You need to answer a minimum of 43 correctly out of 50 questions to pass (86%). You will be able to review all of your answers at the end of the test before you submit your completed test, just in case you wish to change an answer, which we recommend that you do! Both tests, which are computer based are only carried out at DVSA designated test centres. The test is designed to test your knowledge of the of the road, this is where you highway code study will be necessary. The 50 random questions which will be put to you will be from a question bank of some 900+ available questions. The topics from which your questions will cover are:

Driver Attitude | Legal Documents | Hazard Awareness | Dealing With Incidents | Accidents and Emergencies | Motorway Rules | Other Types of Vehicles | Road and Traffic Signs | Rules of the Road | Safety and Your Vehicle | Safety Margins | Vehicle Handling | Vehicle Loading | Vulnerable Road Users.

In order to be successful and pass your Theory Test, you must pass both parts at the same time, if you pass one part and fail the other you will have to take them both again on your next visit. Once you have successfully passed your theory you will have two years from that date in which to pass your driving test. If you don’t pass your practical driving test within the two year window you will have to take your Theory Test again. It is generally a good idea to prepare for your Theory and Hazard Perception in conjunction with your Profile driving lessons (manual or automatic). By doing so will aid and strengthen your understanding through putting theory into practice, which will improve your chances in passing both tests first time.


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