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    Hey!

    I've got my driving theory exam in 2 days.

    I haven't done any preparation for the hazard perception part of the test.

    Anyone have any resources/tips? or know how to go about doing this?

    Thanks v. much
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    Hmm well first id reccomend doing some prep for the hazards.
    Go online and just do some practice videos. Lots of them.
    Just click when you see a hazard developing and then click again for the serious one.
    But if youre instruction company have an office near you, go there and see if they will give you some tuition on this.
    Thays about all you can do, practice, practice and practice!
    Good Luck!
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    If it's still the same as when I did it, it's 99% common sense, and 1% being a tram enthusiast...
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    Will they mark me down negatively if i click for hazards a decent number of times in each scenario. Also if i have multiple clicks in the 5 mark window, will they choose the highest mark?
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    (Original post by PeaceBringer)
    Will they mark me down negatively if i click for hazards a decent number of times in each scenario. Also if i have multiple clicks in the 5 mark window, will they choose the highest mark?
    I think if you click too many times, you will fail that particular hazard test.
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    If a car ahead slows down and makes a turn, does that count as a hazard?
 
 
 
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