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    I have my theory test on Tuesday and I am unsure of something on the hazard perception test!I am aware that in the actual test, there are 14 clips, with one hazard in each clip, apart from one clip where there will be 2 hazards. So there are 15 hazards in total. I have been reading that people click like 6 times per clip! why!? I thought you only clicked once.... and that is when you spot the hazard and then that's it. You then get a mark out of 5 based on how quick you were?If there is only one hazard, why are people clicking multiple times?!
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    There isn't just one hazard in a clip, there can be more, that's why others are clicking more

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    (Original post by Cavilla1)
    I have my theory test on Tuesday and I am unsure of something on the hazard perception test!I am aware that in the actual test, there are 14 clips, with one hazard in each clip, apart from one clip where there will be 2 hazards. So there are 15 hazards in total. I have been reading that people click like 6 times per clip! why!? I thought you only clicked once.... and that is when you spot the hazard and then that's it. You then get a mark out of 5 based on how quick you were?If there is only one hazard, why are people clicking multiple times?!
    personally my teache told me that when i spot a hazard click a few times to make sure that i definitely got the mark bc if i click once i might be slightly early so if i click a few times then i can be sure i got some marks right?
 
 
 
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