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Most people fail the HPT test on their first attempt. Don’t let that be you. Aspiring P1 drivers like you who prepare the DKT way pass on their first go.
We’ve designed our practice tests to help you overcome the obstacles of studying a manual only.
More people pass the Hazard Perception Test when they use online tests to help them prep.
It’s easier to study online when the questions are structured just like the real HPT test.
Keep motivated to upgrade to a P1 licence with our interactive and highly educational tests.
Retest until you’re confident that you’re ready to tackle the NSW hazard perception test and ace it first time.
We don’t do generic hazard perception test questions. Our HPT practice tests use state-specific (NSW) information so you can prepare for the real test with accurate data.
Our HPT practise questions are just like (if not identical) to the real thing. We pull data from the current NSW handbook so you can practice with the most up-to-date info.
Learn while you study. Our free online practice questions give you the correct answers and the rationale behind them. So, you can learn more while you prepare for the HPT.
You take the driver knowledge test (DKT) to get your learners. To move from a learner driver licence to a P1 licence, you need to pass the HPT.
The test focuses on the 5 most common types of crashes for provisional drivers. The test, which is computer-based, gives you potentially dangerous scenarios on the road for you to choose what would be the best response to avoid an accident.
You can always choose to study the Hazard Perception Handbook only. But, from our experience, the persons who pass on the first attempt use hazard perception test simulators and practice tests to help them study and prepare for the exam.
Our HPT tests are free to use as often as you need. There are no registration requirements, either. Just click and start practising until you’re ready to book the hazard perception test.