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    Ok so on the questions side of it I can pass that no problem, I tend to get no more than 5 questions wrong and your allowed seven questions wrong so i'm good there.

    The problem is the hazard perception test I know what to do and what to look out for not a problem, but I can't react quick enough to point using a mouse cursor, when I use the practice dvd, but apparently the real test you just click on screen and it acknowledges a hazard and that's it no pointing and no reacting.

    So should I sit my driving theory exam test?
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    (Original post by James2400)
    Ok so on the questions side of it I can pass that no problem, I tend to get no more than 5 questions wrong and your allowed seven questions wrong so i'm good there.

    The problem is the hazard perception test I know what to do and what to look out for not a problem, but I can't react quick enough to point using a mouse cursor, when I use the practice dvd, but apparently the real test you just click on screen and it acknowledges a hazard and that's it no pointing and no reacting.

    So should I sit my driving theory exam test?
    The hazard perception in the real test was 10 times easier than any practise I'd been doing, mainly because all my practise videos had been real whereas in the test they have CGI videos which means way less distractions. And yes, you just have to click on the screen anywhere, not specifically on the hazard. The best advice is to click several times after you've seen a hazard to make sure you got it in the time frame (not too many times though or they'll think you're cheating).
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    If you only get five questions wrong then I'd suggest booking the theory for like a week and a bit and doing about 30 minutes studying a day or whenever you have time.

    The trick with the hazard perception part is to think that any car could be a hazard. I had ended up clicking even when there was just a car on the opposite side of the road and I still passed. Like the above poster said if you click in a pattern or just continuously quick you'll get scored 0 and most likely have to retake the test.
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    Pro Tip : Everything is a hazard, literally everything.
 
 
 
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