Within reason - I'd hazard a guess at no more than 10. Just click when you see a hazard. They're not trying to trick you.
Although saying that, on my hazard perception I got a clip cancelled for clicking too many times (I still passed, though).
but never more than 5 or 6 so I should be ok. Thanks.
The test itself is beyond silly...you know a hazard is about to occur and you click on it like it is a playstation game. If only life was like that!
when taking the hazard perception test, how many times can you click?
you can find it at most theory test websites. if you go to http://www.theorytestpass.co.uk/ and sign up for the free package you can watch it there.
Can I ask anyone for advice on the hazard perception test as I am getting infuriated by it. I spot a hazard too early and don't get any points for it, but when I clicked several times (when I initially saw it and as it got more of a problem) the computer program said I answered inappropriately. The test does not seem to be about understanding hazards, but rather understanding how the program works. I really cannot afford another £30 to take again and need to pass first time, so any help would ge very gratefully appreciated. Thanks everyone
When I did my test I didn't click more than 7 times per clip. Hazards are everywhere on the clip, but if you just practice you'll "naturally" know which one is the hazard they're looking for. It's all acted and you can kind of tell that that person is not acting naturally so that must be the hazard.
Good luck with your test!