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    I was wondering how many hours people take per lesson, I've done 2 hours per lesson, and done 30 hours in total. I just paid for another 10 hours and I'm doing 2 hours per lesson but I don't want to pay for another 10 hours because my driving test is next month and I will run out of lessons by then. My question is, is it better or is there any significant different between having an hour or 2 hours per lesson?

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    I think there is a lot of difference. If you have 1 hour, a lot of time is spent re-capping, and by the time you are in the 'zone' the lessons almost over. If you have 2 hours you have more time to practise the new things you have learnt and really get the hang of it
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    (Original post by *Dreaming*)
    I think there is a lot of difference. If you have 1 hour, a lot of time is spent re-capping, and by the time you are in the 'zone' the lessons almost over. If you have 2 hours you have more time to practise the new things you have learnt and really get the hang of it
    I'm at the point where I'm not learning informatively I know everything pretty much, I'm just getting into the habit of things so when I start we just go to the big roundabouts, independent driving, maneuvers etc.
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    I have 1 hours lessons. Though the guy is only actually doing about 35-40mins of teaching. After 10 lessons i'll complain and get some for free.

    I'd rather have an hour and half lessons.
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    Hmm 1 hour and half though wont make much difference because sometimes I arrive home with like 10 minutes left. Plus I'm with the AA and I think all their lessons are like that(2hours per lesson)
 
 
 
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