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    Hi, Ill be giving my theory driving test soon and have a doubt about the hazard perception part. Will there be multiple choice questions included in the Hazard perception part as well.? Im referring to the multiple choice questions that involve a video of the road and a question of the signboard or something like that

    Thanks in advance for any answers.

    The theory test is split into 2 parts.
    The first part are the multiple choice questions. 50 questions all together, you need to score 43 to pass.
    Then comes the hazard perception. You will be shown 14 video clips where you will have to click whenever you see a hazard develop. All the clips have 1 hazard in except 1 clip which will contain 2. There are no questions to answer on this part of the test. Click too soon or too many times and you will not score any marks for that clip. Also, the quicker you identify the hazard, the more you will score. (5 points being the highest)
    Obviously you have to pass both sections to pass overall.
    But as long as you are road aware, have some common sense and keep a cool head you will be fine
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