November 10, 2017 8:15 AM  |  Posted By: Marcus
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Even if you have dozens of driving lessons and hundreds of miles of learning on the road under your belt, you should consider that there is still a good chance that you won’t be completely ready when the time comes for your driving test, very few people are. Most of it is due to the nerves, which i s quite normal, but if not kept under wraps can lead to an undesired outcome on your test.    

This article will help you to get ready for that all important test, and if you stick to these few tips there is a great chance you will pass with flying colors.


Make sure your eyes work

No, seriously, before you start your test you will have to undergo an eye exam. You have only two chances to pass. So if you are uncertain about the quality of your eyesight you should have it checked beforehand. And in case you already wear glasses or contacts, make sure you bring them. If would be a shame for your test to end before it even started.

Have a few extra lessons just in case

If you are feeling insecure about your driving, it would be a great idea to get some additional driving lessons in the city are going to take the test in. So if you live in Sydney, Australia, you should opt to get driving lessons in Sydney. That way when you take the test you will already be familiar with the energy of city and the situation on the streets. By choosing to have some additional lessons before taking the test you will feel more secure about actually driving with an examiner.

Don’t forget to do a mock driving test

A mock test is a must if you want to be certain that you’ll get top marks on the real one. You should take at least one. A mock driving test will help you get a feel of what is to come, you will know what to expect and be more sure about your own capabilities.

Go over the ‘show me’ and ‘tell me’ questions

Before you start actually driving the examiner is going to have some questions for you. The ‘show me’ part of the exam consists of you actually showing the examiner where the oil filter cap is located or how you check the brake light. On the other hand in the ‘tell me’ section you need to explain, for example, how the oil is changed. Both of them are important and it would be advisable to go over the possible questions in front of the open hood at home, just to get the feel for where everything is in order to give quicker and more secure responses.

Time to drive

You are ready, sitting in your driver’s seat, seatbelt buckled and it is time to turn on the engine. You got this. While driving with an instructor it is important to keep calm and stay focused. If you think you have made a mistake, just brush it off and continue, there is no sense dwelling on it, and it could distract you from completing the rest of the test perfectly.

So there you have it, effective tips to help you pass your driving test with five stars. Just keep in mind that the most important thing is keeping calm and remaining cool throughout the test, because that is exactly how you need to be when you start driving on the busy streets, especially during rush hour. So, good luck on you test and in your future driving career.

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