The debate is ongoing as to the nature of an intensive driving course – many people argue that it is much more beneficial to experience all of one’s driving tutorship in one large block, whereas others will contest that this puts too much strain on the learner and is not as efficient as a steady stream of individual lessons over a prolonged period of time.
So how do we know who is right? Should you go for the “normal” route of learning to drive, or should you take an Intensive Driving Course and get it all over and done with faster?
The truth is, it depends entirely on the learner. Some pupils will enjoy the idea of one large block of learning, and find that they will absorb information better when it comes at a much faster rate. However this style of learning is really only suited to those who can pick up information fast, and can handle high pressure situations – if you would not consider yourself one of these, then perhaps an Intensive Course is not for you.
On the other hand, many people find it more beneficial to take their time to learn to drive, as this allows them to learn at their own pace, over a series of driving lessons. If you are not in a particular rush to get behind the wheel, and would like to learn in a more relaxed manner, then the traditional route of driving lessons may well be the better choice for you.
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