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Tips for Hazard perception test!

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    I have got my theory test in 14 hours and I have revised over the past 2 weeks and for the multiple choice I am fine I get like 48/50 but for the Hazard perception I get around 50/75 I want to pass that higher.

    So I need to know any key tips for Hazard perception test so I can pass first time

    Know any tips ?

    Double click.
    • Thread Starter

    (Original post by schenker)
    Double click.
    Yes i should ive noticed that some times I click before the hazard loosing me 5 points :C

    I always did that, was too early most times best thing to do is double click but don't do it a lot as it will fail you!

    I never did a practice hazard perception, my first attempt was in the actual theory test, eased it. Don't worry OP.


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