Pass Driving Test in Five Steps
It’s fair to say that most learner drivers who don’t succeed can blame only a few factors. To pass the driving test, you must demonstrate your ability to drive safely and meet the standard. Occasionally, learner drivers are under the impression that everyone must fail the first time. Not true. The majority of our students pass the first time. In our experience it all comes down to following:
- Appoint a capable driving instructor who has proven track record in providing quality tuition
- Do a mock driving test completely unassisted at least five days prior and set a certain amount of lessons before the day of the test based on judgment of the instructor
- Take your driving teacher seriously if you are confident that they put your interests first and don’t hesitate to ask to practice on your weakest driving points
- Include theory learning and repetition by reading a “Drive Safe Booklet” and discussing traffic situations with your relatives or friends. Take written notes. It works
- On the day of the test, you must be able to minimize your nervousness and think of it as a presentation of your skills. It’s not a dentist appointment, calm down!
Needless to say, this applies to learner drivers who are ready to take a driving assessment. Your driving instructor should have an accurate idea of how you will perform in the driving test. Ask them to be very honest, but remember that we can’t make you pass the driving test unless you are determined. Be responsible while in the test and imagine that nobody is supervising you. Driving a motor vehicle can have serious implications. If you are contemplating booking your PDA, here is the list of Metropolitan Licensing Centre Locations
Please feel free to visit our ONLINE BOOKING page, where you can book and manage your driving lessons. We don’t charge for cancellations. We understand that your other commitments can accidentally clash with your lessons.