As soon as you see a potential hazard appear, click the mouse once then, after a brief pause, click again.
The hazard may not develop into an actual hazard, but by clicking, you have covered yourself if it does.
A video clip of a road traffic situation plays.
Several potential hazardswill emerge, most will not develop into actual hazards.
As soon as you see a potential hazard appear, click the mouse once, then twice.
If the potential hazard continues to develop into an actual hazard, click again.
One or two potential hazards willdevelop into actual hazards that force the driver of the car to slow down, change direction orstop. To score points, you will need to identify them.
If you click too many times, you will score zero.
CURRENT PASS MARK 45 out of 75
Potential Hazard:The woman is running along the pavement. Does she want to catch the bus? Does she intend to hurry across the road? Maybe, but if you click now you won't score any points, as she is not an actual hazard only a potential one.
Developing Hazard:The woman raises her hand and signals her intent to cross the road and get to the bus. As she moves towards the road, she becomes an actual hazard. The scoring window opens. Click now and score points.
Actual Hazard:The woman is on the road and has become an actual hazard. She has forced the driver totake action:to change speed, direction or stop. The scoring window closes just before this action begins. If you click now, you will score nil points.
HAZARD PERCEPTION TEST
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