First Impressions

First impressions on the day of your driving test count – how you present yourself in front of the examiner is important, be professional, courteous, polite and most of all be yourself.

Your first communication with the examiner is like a job interview. Let them see how good you are, that you are competent, safe, professional and proactive. There is no need to show off or be overpoweringly friendly towards them. As I said above – be yourself.

During your test – Keep calm, stay focussed, communicate and commentate decisions that you make.

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