What score do I need to pass my hazard perception?

44 out of 75
For each video clip, noticing and responding to each hazard as early as possible can achieve a maximum of five points. You’ll be informed of your score at the end and to pass the perception test, you’ll need to score of 44 out of 75.

How do you get full marks on hazard perception test?

To get full marks, you need to click the mouse or touch the screen as soon as the hazard emerges. A maximum of five points is available for each developing hazard you spot.

Is HPT hard?

Good hazard perception skills can help to prevent road accidents. But the HPT is often one of the harder ones to pass. So, start learning how to spot hazards and how to react in these situations and get ready to pass the actual test.

How many questions are in the HPT NSW?

15 questions
The hazard perception test is generally 15 questions that focus on identifying hazards and how to avoid them. You’ll be given on-screen instructions and shown several video clips from the driver’s perspective. You are then required to choose the appropriate response based on the instructions and the video clips.

Is the hazard perception test Hard NSW?

Now it’s time to upgrade your licence by passing the Hazard Perception Test. It’s one of the harder tests to get through. But when you practice with us, you can pass on your first try.

How many HPT questions are there NSW?

15 test items
The test instructions explain that the HPT is made up of 15 test items (or questions). These are 15 film clips of real traffic situations that you will be asked to respond to.

How many do you need to get right on hazard perception NSW?

When all 15 items have been completed, a screen will appear to tell you that you have finished, and that you should notify your test supervisor. If you pass, you will be given feedback on areas that should be improved (eg selecting safe gaps when turning at intersections).