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    I just finished doing over a dozen lessons and passed the theory test, but my practical test is in September so I'll be out of practice for 6 1/2 weeks. I cbf but should I book more lessons? Maybe do some catchup lessons in the last couple weeks?

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    Why don't do a lesson a week for the remaining weeks? Taking a break before the test is a bad idea. Doing lessons a few days before the test may help but if you have some corrections to make, they may not be enough. I'd rather be safe than sorry.
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    Do commonwealth games champions win medals by taking a month and a half off after spending only 12 hours training from scratch? #Justsayin
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    Ok I better book more lessons lol, thanks for the advice.
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    Do commonwealth games champions win medals by taking a month and a half off after spending only 12 hours training from scratch? #Justsayin
    Seems like a very equal comparison.
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    (Original post by Jkizer)
    Seems like a very equal comparison.
    They're both skills for life, require a lot of practice, judgement and dedication. They must both reach a high standard before being judged by professionals.

    You're right about them not being equal, though; competing at substandard level at a sport means you miss out on a medal. Driving at substandard level can kill or injure.
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    I think jkizer was actually agreeing with you, unless that post was ironic.
 
 
 
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