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    I've got my driving test around 2:30, meaning I'll probably drive til about 3:10 which is exactly around the time when the parents in all the 7 schools in my area rush around to pick up kids. The only other cancellation date I found was next month, so I just took this one :\ any tips?
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    I had mine at that time and honestly it only got a little scary at the end. But the examiner took me down routes that avoided the main school roads so it was okay. hopefully yours will do the same.
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    If you can pass in that, you can drive in almost any situation. When I get stressed out "mummy" trying to bully me off the road in her fat range rover or cutting me up at roundabouts causing me to almost swerve into near dangerous positions because it's the third time her school has implied she's a bad mother for being late again, or Dad rushing from work all over the place because Mumsy forgot or has yoga - I'm essentially taking my life into my own hands driving at that time in my area.
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