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    Should I give up
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    If that's the attitude you have, then you deserve to fail next time around.
    Failure is NOT supposed to be a hindrance. It's supposed to be a reminder to work harder. If you experience a fail, and your next thought is to "give up" or even consider it, then you've already lost.

    Get your ish together, pick yourself up, find out what you did wrong, and RECTIFY it.
    Consider me as your wake up call.
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    What kind of test are we talking about?

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    stupid thing to even think about tbh

    failure makes you better so you know you can handle success and failure
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    Dont give up they are developing new medcines all the time
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    Thanks for your comfort words. I failed my driving test on 11th on move off, 2 Faults, and decided to quit not continue the test, caused some reason car couldn't start and killed my moods. Booked again with confidence, today I failed again again on crossing/traffic & pedestrians. 4 faults. After spending around £1500. It's painful, I do know what to do next.
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    (Original post by Impressive)
    What kind of test are we talking about?

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    Driving test
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    (Original post by JBaguma)
    Thanks for your comfort words. I failed my driving test on 11th on move off, 2 Faults, and decided to quit not continue the test, caused some reason car couldn't start and killed my moods. Booked again with confidence, today I failed again again on crossing/traffic & pedestrians. 4 faults. After spending around £1500. It's painful, I do know what to do next.
    yet my examiner was a very nice person.
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    (Original post by JBaguma)
    Driving test
    Ohhh, thought you were talking about a HIV test. Unlucky, anyway.
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    you need to have a gap where you just calm down, practise and then do it again with confidence and slay 'em
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    (Original post by JBaguma)
    yet my examiner was a very nice person.
    If you don't mind me asking how old are you? And do you live in the countryside or in an urban area?
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    (Original post by JBaguma)
    Thanks for your comfort words. I failed my driving test on 11th on move off, 2 Faults, and decided to quit not continue the test, caused some reason car couldn't start and killed my moods. Booked again with confidence, today I failed again again on crossing/traffic & pedestrians. 4 faults. After spending around £1500. It's painful, I don't know what to do next.
    If you feel like you need more lessons, book more. If not, try again.
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    You have spent some time and money into learning. Would it be wise to just leave it?

    Revise topics you are struggling with and stay relaxed while taking another test.

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    (Original post by TimGB)
    If you don't mind me asking how old are you? And do you live in the countryside or in an urban area?
    40 I live in urban area London
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    Should I give up
    Failure to prepare is preparation for failure.

    Don't give up.
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    (Original post by JBaguma)
    40 I live in urban area London

    40 is quite old to be learning to drive, so maybe you should try again. Even though living in London makes driving less of an importance, you'll definitely need it if you want to travel elsewhere, But for now, I'd say wait. Save up some money for a new test, and then try again. You're probably more likely to fail if you've failed before recently.
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    (Original post by TimGB)
    40 is quite old to be learning to drive, so maybe you should try again. Even though living in London makes driving less of an importance, you'll definitely need it if you want to travel elsewhere, But for now, I'd say wait. Save up some money for a new test, and then try again. You're probably more likely to fail if you've failed before recently.
    Age is just a number. Learning driving is another career/skills. I don't believe....
 
 
 
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