About the ADI Hazard Perception Test

Find out everything you need to know about the ADI Hazard Perception Test for trainee ADIs

The ADI Theory Test is made up of two parts; part one is a multiple-choice test (the ADI Theory Test) and the second part is the ADI Hazard Perception Test.

Both parts are taken on a computer at an approved testing centre.

The two parts must be passed at the same time before you are awarded a Theory Test pass certificate.

Part 2 – ADI Hazard Perception Test

Once you have completed the first part of your Theory Test (the multiple-choice questions) you will be required to complete the Hazard Perception Test.

To begin, you will be shown a short video clip which shows how the Hazard Perception Test works.

You will then go through 14 video clips which feature everyday road scenes.

In each clip, there will be at least one developing hazard, but one of the clips will feature two, so it’s important to click each time you believe there is a hazard, not just once.

There is a window of opportunity where a hazard is present. If you click the mouse at the beginning of this window, i.e. when the hazard has first appeared, you will score the maximum amount of points. If you don’t click right away, you will score fewer points, and if you are too late you will score zero.

The maximum you can score on each hazard is five.

The pass mark for the hazard perception part of the Theory Test is 57 out of 75.

When you have finished the test you may leave the examination room. Once you have left the room, you can not re-enter.

You will then be given your result letter by a member of the test centre staff.

The result letter tells you if you have passed or failed, and it gives you feedback on your test.

If you’ve not already signed up to our ADI Theory Test Revision – DTS Anytime Online Training solution, then now is the time!

Not only does it contain everything you need to pass the ADI Theory Test, but it also has over 700 high-quality interactive video clips covering a variety of environments and road conditions to help prepare you for your Hazard Perception Test.

You can sit unlimited mock tests and review each clip to improve your skills. And, as it’s available across any device, you can revise anytime!

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