(Original post by BeckK)
It might sounds like a really hard thing to do, but just don't think about it, at least not too much. I just put it to the back of my mind but just don't forget completely! Think about it too much and you'll over-think it, but don't just forget about it. I had casual chats with my instructor about it, he'd say some funyn stuff and we'd laugh, so it didn't seem so daunting. And when we waited outside the centre we were just chatting about random things
I agree with one of the other posters, don't think about things you think you've done wrong, or worry too much. Just focus on the rest of the driving, cause chances are it's nothing major. If you're debating whether it's made you fail it's probably only a minor
When you come across a situation, don't panic! I know it's easier to say (especially as I reasonably laid back person) but just breathe, calm down and gather all those thoughts flying around and think slowly, because then you'll think more rationally
Also, having a chat with the examiner helps
We chatted about my choice of university (London) and joked about the traffic and things down there. But as for reverse round the corner, that was my worst one, luckily only got turn in the road! I was well happy.
And, you can always think, maybe you could get a test like mine, where you spend over half an hour in a traffic jam so there's not much room for minors, and have to do a quick turn in the road on the way back cause you're twenty minutes late back
But Good Luck! If you're booked for your test you're probabyl good enough anyway!