I started out with 2hr lessons and thought they were fine. Being new to it all meant you were able to cover plenty of theory but also drive around for a fair amount of time.
Having said that when i went back to school after the summer i went to 1hr lessons, mainly because i had little time during the week due to school work etc etc.
Looking back i found the 2hr lessons rather draining after a while, at first i thought yeh fine..agreed with my instructor that its best and id get more done but now im not so sure. Im actually finding that im doing better in my 1hr lessons than my 2hr ones...guess its just different for different people though.
Wouldnt it be good if you could do a 1 and a half hour lesson lol that way it would not be too long nor too short
I'm having an hour for now, but nxt term at the end of this block, I'll probably moved up to 2 hours, but hopefully I'll be nearly ready for my test then so it'll just be extra practice as I can't practice outside of my lesson! But it does depend on how much uni work I get and how stressed I am in the run up to my exams/end of term!
The instructors at my driving school do 90mins too!
I've always had the 2 hours - i find they are really helpful, lots of time to practise etc. Also if the safe place for you to drive initially is 10 minute drive away for instance, thats 20 mins out of your lesson where your not driving in the first few weeks. I find that having 2 hours when your approaching your test is good, since you can practice a couple of test routes per lesson.
What you can do is have the 2 hours, see how you feel about them, if they are too much put them down to 1.5 hours.
Right, totally bricking it, got my second test tomorrow, really should get my things ready for it. Hope I managed to pass it, through some miracle.
Lilian, stop taking the pills and come down of the roof, we all love you and want you to come down safely.Just hand me the pills....