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    Failed my first test this week 6 minors 1 serious for stalling at a roundabout which resulted in me stopping over the give way line, so gutted such a silly mistake! Had my test at 9 oclock and it was super busy which made things worse! Anyway have my second test in a few weeks this time a saturday morning so hoping it will be less busy and pass this time! Anyone had any similar experiences? So gutted but just need to keep going!
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    (Original post by Pcm1734)
    Failed my first test this week 6 minors 1 serious for stalling at a roundabout which resulted in me stopping over the give way line, so gutted such a silly mistake! Had my test at 9 oclock and it was super busy which made things worse! Anyway have my second test in a few weeks this time a saturday morning so hoping it will be less busy and pass this time! Anyone had any similar experiences? So gutted but just need to keep going!
    Saturday mornings are busy because that's when people do their weekly shop. But if you're hoping for a quiet time this suggests you're not good in traffic - and that means you're not a competent driver yet.
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    Saturday mornings are busy because that's when people do their weekly shop. But if you're hoping for a quiet time this suggests you're not good in traffic - and that means you're not a comgpetent driver yet.
    Driving tests are stressfull and the less traffic the better not that i cant do it just makes you feel more relaxed
 
 
 
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