When we arrived I went into the test centre and signed in, then I read the instruction cards they gave me before going to take the test. Despite being given an hour for the theory questions I didn’t take that long because I was quite confident with that section. However moving onto the hazard perception I was nervous as I’d struggled more practising this at home as I find the videos blurry and harder to see that real life. But I tried not to let this faze me and I just concentrated hard on the clips.
After all of that there was also a section where you could try some ‘trial’ hazard clips that were more like computer generated videoes which I think are a lot easier to see than the ones currently being used.
Finally there was a customer satisfaction survey before the end of the test and time to leave the room.
Leaving the room I was sent back to the desk where I signed in to collect my results and the paper counterpart of my drivers license.
The results in hand I walked to the car (slightly confused by the fact that they don’t tell you your results you just read them).
It was then that I looked properly at the results paper and certificate and…. I PASSED!
I passed, I passed, I passed. It was both and exciting and relieving moment.Then I looked at the details of the results. On the theory questions I got 47 out of 50 (pass rate 43) and the hazard perceptions I got 62 out of 75 (pass rate 44) which means on the one I was most worried out I passed well within the boundaries.
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