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Keep calm and don’t panic. Sometimes your nerves get the better of you which leads to mistakes and that was what happened to me but I just passed the test thankfully.

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Driving Test this week, any advice?
I've watched a load of mock tests on youtube and stuff but anyone whos took the test before got any direct advice?

Just stay calm and every time you do something wrong just say oh my bad or of course first time I do that's on my test. Could straight up run over s pedestrian and you'll still pass
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try and drive like you would in a normal lesson, check your mirrors and make it really obvious that you are and try to not let your nerves get in the way of your driving, a bit of small talk with the assessor can help to calm your nerves, good luck
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Try to relax and drive as you do on a good lesson. Don't over think it.
This is easier said than done. I couldn't!
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Having failed my first with 2 serious, and passed my 2nd with 2 dfs,it's much better to wait and get a minor for undue hesitation than rush in and get a serious for that. Take your time and breath. Lots of mirrors. The "Tell Me" questions aren't important, make sure you can perform the "Show Me" questions safely. Blind spots when you pull off. In an emergency stop remember to check both blindspots, not just the one. DON'T PANIC- not everyone passes first time, and worst case scenario you retake. All the best, you'll be fine.
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Keep calm and don’t panic. Sometimes your nerves get the better of you which leads to mistakes and that was what happened to me but I just passed the test thankfully.

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Thank you!!
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Just stay calm and every time you do something wrong just say oh my bad or of course first time I do that's on my test. Could straight up run over s pedestrian and you'll still pass
Wow lol
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try and drive like you would in a normal lesson, check your mirrors and make it really obvious that you are and try to not let your nerves get in the way of your driving, a bit of small talk with the assessor can help to calm your nerves, good luck
Thank you very much
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Try to relax and drive as you do on a good lesson. Don't over think it.
This is easier said than done. I couldn't!
Thank you! I will try, I will try
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Having failed my first with 2 serious, and passed my 2nd with 2 dfs,it's much better to wait and get a minor for undue hesitation than rush in and get a serious for that. Take your time and breath. Lots of mirrors. The "Tell Me" questions aren't important, make sure you can perform the "Show Me" questions safely. Blind spots when you pull off. In an emergency stop remember to check both blindspots, not just the one. DON'T PANIC- not everyone passes first time, and worst case scenario you retake. All the best, you'll be fine.
Very true, thank you very much for the advice! Appreciated
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