Cognitive Impairment Screening Test for Senior Drivers
To support the continuation of safe driving, it has become obligatory for the drivers who are 75 years old or older to take the Cognitive Impairment Screening Test for Senior Drivers prior to the lessons for elderly drivers, and each of them is to take an appropriate lesson according to the test result. The test can be taken for 6 months before the expiration.
Cognitive Impairment Screening Test for Senior Drivers is a test to see if a driver’s cognitive function works adequately for driving. It includes three parts of paper tests; the Orientation for Time, the Cued Recall and the Drawing a Clock. The whole test process (testing, marking and notifying the test results) takes about 30 minutes. No preparation is needed for the test. All you have to do is to follow the instruction of well-trained examiners. Based on your test results, your cognitive function is judged whether impaired, slightly impaired or not impaired.
Here you can get a sample set of the Cognitive Impairment Screening Test for Senior Drivers in English. Download the test sheets and the guidance below.