What clips are used in the hazard perception test?

What clips are used in the hazard perception test?

New computer-generated imagery (CGI) clips replaced old filmed clips in the hazard perception part of the theory test on 12 January 2015. The test was made up of filmed video clips which showed everyday road scenes.

How many clips do you get on your hazard perception test?

fourteen video
The perception test itself consists of fourteen video clips which feature road scenes you can expect to encounter during everyday driving, with at least one developing hazard – that’s something that will cause you to take some form of action (for example changing direction, slowing down or braking).

Are the hazard perception clips the same as the Dvsa app?

a tutorial video that explains how the hazard clips are scored and the number of hazards in each clip. It’s important to remember that the clips featured in all training apps (including Theory Test Pro’s) are practice versions; the DVSA keeps the ones it actually uses in the official test secret.

Are there real life clips on the hazard perception test?

There are 14 clips in the hazard perception section of the theory test, in which you’ll have to identify potential hazards as they develop. The short videos will show real-life scenarios from the point of view of a driver. There’ll be: 13 clips with one hazard to spot.

How many Dvsa CGI clips are there?

How many video clips are in the test? For learner car drivers and motorcyclists there are currently 14 video clips you have to click on.

Does the hazard perception test use the same clips as the app?

Yes, westwing, I had one of the clips on the CD on my test. There is no difference.

Is hazard perception test CGI 2021?

The decision to move to CGI hazard perception test clips was based on a number of assumptions by the DVSA: CGI Clips would be Contemporary – As the available video library is mostly several years old, they can appear dated both in terms of video content and quality.

What is the average score on hazard perception?

The Hazard Perception pass mark is 44 out of 75. You must score a pass in both sections of the Driving Theory Test to pass the overall test….

Theory Test Pass Rate
2017/18 48.7%
2018/19 47.3%
2019/20 47.7%

What is the hazard perception test 2021?

The Hazard Perception Test is a part of the theory exam. It requires you to view 14 hazard video clips on the computer screen of approximately one minute each. You are required to watch these clips as if you were the driver. There will be 15 hazards to find — at least one on each clip.

Are the DVSA’s hazard perception test clips being updated?

The DVSA though has said that it will continue to update the clips and plans to introduce situations depicting children and cyclists. To help you prepare for the hazard perception test, Theory Test Pro offers: • a library of 62 practice hazard perception clips, 20 of which are the new CGI clips licensed from the DVSA

How many clips are in the hazard perception test?

• a library of 62 practice hazard perception clips, 20 of which are the new CGI clips licensed from the DVSA • four different hazard practice exams that are given in the same format as the official hazard test, running 14 clips one after the other before giving your score at the end

What do the new CGI clips mean for hazard perception tests?

The new CGI clips are clearer, more modern and of a higher quality compared to the videos previously used in the hazard perception test. Since their introduction, the agency has gone on to introduce more clips.

What is the pass mark for the HGV hazard perception test?

The LGV / HGV hazard perception pass mark is 67 out 100. There are 19 clips in total with 20 hazards. The test lasts approximately 25 minutes. The ADI hazard perception test pass mark is 57 out of a possible 75.