How Do I Prepare For My Practical Driving Test?

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The practical test is not an easy examination - you will have heard of friends or family who didn't pass straight away. Don't worry ~ not everyone has a perfect test first time. Remember to try and be completely ready on the day so that there is less margin for error. It is incredibly disheartening when you fail and the cost of another test is not cheap. Nevertheless, failing can sometimes show up your weak points which you can improve upon before your next test.
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Rudolf van Harrewijen
I came here from across the pond in 2001 and got a license in 2002 as i already had a license obtained in Holland i had to take the test again here and rest assured the test i had to take here was nothing to the test i had to take there i would say if you don't pass it here i would just give up getting a license and take public transport to get about the price here is not even a $60.00 for the whole deal as while in Europe the minimum you can expect to pay starts at a whopping $1500.00 which can spiral up towards $2500.00 before you even get a hold of a licence and that is only for a car with a light trailer licence you dont even want to know how much a truck or bus licence can add to that figure.
The only way you can get a licence there is trough a certificate drivingschool and they determine when you are ready to take a test then it can take up to 8 to 10 weeks before you can take the test,once you took your test and passed it you can obtain a licence at city hall where you have to get to at your own convenience meaning public transport.
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Some top tips on preparing for your practical test:

1. Practice as much as possible ~ either by having more lessons before your test or getting out in your own car/parent's car with supervision to practice.
2. Ask your instructor about your weak points ~ make sure that they are honest about areas which you may need to brush up on in order to avoid mistakes.
3. Read your Highway Code. Despite having already passed the theory test, you still need to revise your knowledge of the road traffic system so that you are completely sure of the rules and regulations.
4. Consider taking a 'mock test'. Some driving schools such as BSM are able to run this test to help you associate yourself with the conditions of the real test. You will be 'examined' by a different instructor than your usual one and asked to perform the same manoeuvres etc as you would in the real test.
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As probably one of the most nerve-wracking moments in your life (even if you can drive), the practical driving test will be the final hurdle in obtaining your full driving licence.

In order to pass, you must be fully prepared for what you will be examined to do. If you don't feel confident about a specific manoeuvre, ask your driving instructor to teach you it again and allow you to practice more. In most cases your driving school attempts to repair all your weak areas before submitting you into the practical test anyway.
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Practice is the only thing that will prepare you for your test, and nerves of steel on the day, nothing else.
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Hi my name is juan gonzalez  I like to know how can I be prepare for my driving test on may 7 at 215  can you  tell me so I know how

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