Emotions and learning to drive (urgent!!) Watch

copartcetic
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I've done about 30 hours of driving lessons now, 20 with my first tutor, who was a male that was really friendly and easy to get on with; but I stopped having lessons with him because I felt like I wasn't actually being taught anything. With my new instructor, I come away from lessons in tears, worked up because I've done things wrong and formed habits with my previous instructor that I can't seem to break. I've got my test booked for the end of next month and although I've come along with this new tutor, i get far too stressed even just thinking about having a lesson with him. Should I find a new tutor within the next few weeks or simply just continue with the one I've got despite the fact I come away from every lesson deflated and in tears??
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If it's not working for you, then it's not working.

No point going into a test and spending all that money if you're not confident you'll pass.
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Are you actually test ready if it's going that wrong? I would delay a few weeks and get another instructor.
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