It’s always advisable to plan you time when preparing to pass your driving test – right from the beginning when you embark on your first lesson. Manage your expectations and set yourself goals, don’t try and run before you can walk (or drive before you can steer!!!) Ensure that your lessons are regular, taking long breaks between lessons will make it harder to grasp the knack of driving and remembering the do’s and don’ts of particular manoeuvres.
It also helps to monitor your progress; establish what you’ve learned after each lesson or every few lessons, this will also give you a sense of personal achievement. Moreover, why not get your theory test done and out of the way? At least that’s one hurdle you can get over enabling you to concentrate solely on your practical driving skills.
A mock driving test is always advisable; your instructor will usually recommend this before taking your official test. That way, you will know what to expect which promotes confidence and learn how to manage your nerves as well!
Safe driving from Britannia!