MY DRIVING TEST IS TOMORROW MORNING AT 8.20am!
My driving instructor is picking me up at 6.50am.
I didn't even know there was a 6.50am!
I've already taken it once - failing with one major, one minor. HELP ME HUBBERS
I'M A MESS!
Even my grammar skills have gone out of the window!
Okay Luke sweety calm down...calm down...breathe breathe breathe!!! You will be okay, Luke.
You'll be fine! Just remember that if you make a mistake, don't freak out.
The most important thing is to drive safely, keep that in mind over following the driving instructors instructions. If he says turn right and you're committed to a left hand only lane then just go left, don't try and change lanes dangerously! Two of my friends failed because they thought following instructions was more important!
That's the best advice I can give.
just think, tomorrow at this time, it will be over. you'll do fine.
You will do well.Don't worry, ok?
What has happened in past is OVER,
don't stick to that experience
No matter what,just try to be relaxed and focused.
& thanks for giving me a smile..
"I didn't even know there was a 6.50am!"
Hey how did it go? Can we open the champagne?
I didn't want to give any adice before because I have never done a driving test. I am one of those rare specimens that don't drive
Passing theory test in 1st attempt is not really a big deal if prepared for it properly. you need to prepare for 2 parts, theory test part and HPT part.
1. Theory test part
Which includes different sections, as the official theory test questions are available in the market, there are no surprises in the actual exam as those will asked from the set of official theory test questions only.
A. Basic preparation (Total approx 6 hrs)
Mark question if you feel it difficult or you attempted incorrectly
B. Advance preparation Total (approx 4 hrs)
Attempt incorrectly attempted questions
Mark question still if you feel it difficult or you attempted
C. Exam preparation (Total approx 2 hrs)
Solve at least 10 random tests
Of course more the better..
This pattern will guarantee your part 1 success in exam
2. HPT part-
A bit harder for many... but actually easy to crack it...you need to know the scoring mechanism for this part-
Candidates can score up to five marks on each hazard and the test contains 15 scoreable hazards.
You click either the left or right mouse button whenever you think you can see a hazard developing. The speed at which you click the mouse button as a hazard develops will determine your score for that particular hazard perception clips. You can score between 0 and 5 on each hazard.
The pass mark for this part of the test is 44 out of 75 (i.e. 15 hazard x 5) for car drivers and motorcycle riders. Those taking LGV or PCV (lorry or bus) tests must score at least 50 out of 75.
Note, your irregular/continuous clicks on screen might lead to zero score for that clip...
that's it... u r on your way to pass your theory test in first attempt... get going....best of luck!!!
by Chris Achilleos 5 years ago
Did you pass your first driving test?
by karl 7 years ago
How many tries did it take to pass your driving test?I was fortunate it took me 2 but I have heard horror stories of people taking 20 or more, surely they are not fit to be on the road?
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvn-tBeL … n&NR=1
by rajat saini 8 years ago
how does a hazard become a disaster
by retellect 8 years ago
How easy is the new UK driving theory?Is the new UK driving theory easier than the old one? If it is, why do you think so?
by L. Andrew Marr 8 years ago
Hello all,As some of you know, today was my driving test.It was my luck I got the examiner who has received the most amount of complaints - he decides if you are going to pass before you take the test.So, he FAILED me:6 Majors - here is the funny thing - this is what they were:1) Safely turning...
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