The Hazard Perception Test consists of 15 clips of real traffic situations to which you will be asked to respond based on instructions given before the clip plays.
The best preparation for the test is to get an understanding of what the test will look like and how you will be required to respond. The practice modules provided by Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) fail to effectively prepare people for the real test.
Fortunately, there is another resource available. These practice tests feature clips so similar to those in the real test you could easily argue they are the same footage and scenarios in the HPT.
There are 6 practice tests, each with 7 or 9 questions for a total of 44 questions.
drivingtestnsw.com also provides commentary on appropriate responses should you get stuck at any point throughout the tests.
Just click the links below to begin using the number one (and essentially only) resource to practically prepare for the HPT.
Check out the other resources available to help you pass the Hazard Perception Test so you can take the Practical Driving Test: