How many times did it take to pass your driving test??Watch
Like i said i dunno what i can say to help, but just relax, concentrate and keep thinking what you should do next , dont think about anything else but the test , im sure you will pass this time.
This really won't be a very acurate study tho and don't be put off by the amount of people who say first time. The reason there are a high proportion of poeple who pass their test first time is because alot of people on here are absolute car nuts, car enthusiasts, petrolheads, been round cars forever! So naturally will have a natural aptitude to driving and thus will pass their test quicker, due to confidence.
Some of my m8s found the Theory hard! How?
i realise the fact that some people don't find it as easy, im guessing because i am crazy about cars that inspired me to get it done quick (13 lessons )
1st = 1 s - 6 minors
2nd - 2 minors
the 1st test i had a propa dk of a examiner, i kicked him out the car lmfao and he had to walk back the test centre haha, he was a sarcastic little fker.
it was only down the road but i phoned up my instructor and he sed wer i was, so i told him and he told me to kick the driving eximer out :d and my instrcutor had to walk to da car lol.
As I said in another thread "My advice would be if they talk to you, then try and keep conversation flowing if you're comfortable doing that and driving. In the test I passed I talked to the woman a lot more and she gave me a minor for something which could have been 50/50 minor/serious, so maybe she empathised with me a little. Oh, and always favour caution over feeling you need to make progress, because in 4 test I never received a minor for hesitation, and at times I was fairly hesitant."
Thought i'd never passed. Ended up having Hypnotherapy & Beta Blockers
second time = easy even though i thought i had failed
First time, at exactly 17 years and 3 months old.
What!? Haha sorry but that's hilarious.
I'm sorry but it's not. I'm on beta blockers too. *neg rep*
One woman passed out driving when she was on beta blockers.
Disgraceful that you're willing to take that risk because you're a poor driver.
Apologies for using Wikipedia, but it will do.
If you scroll down to "adverse effects" section, you will see clearly that taking Beta Blockers before a driving test is irresponsible and potentially downright dangerous.
I do not believe promotion of this stupid practice should be allowed on a public forum nor by driving instructors.
If you don't like what you read on Wikipedia, perhaps you should scroll down to the bottom of this NHS advice: