First Impressions

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. During your test - Keep calm, stay focussed, communicate and commentate the decisions you make.


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