The Driving Test “Secret”
The “secret” uses two main established learning techniques to help you improve your driving, deal with test nerves and of course pass the driving test.
The first is a prompt technique. By using carefully selected keywords and phrases the “secret” will help to reinforce good practices or routines. With regular practice, this learning technique will help you remember what to do quicker and with more confidence. This is incredibly important as we all know when driving the time available to sit and think what to do next is usually limited due to the situation such as the road layout or other road users.
The second technique is visualisation. The “secret” will help you to visualise or think through your drive. Using the “Secret” (which includes diagrams) to visualise a driving situation, such as the approach to a roundabout. By thinking about what you need to do, such as the correct use and timing of mirrors, signals, positioning, speed and gears, you will be more capable of correctly completing this routine when approaching a roundabout when they are actually driving. This technique is now used in a variety of situations such as sports where the player must be able to carry out a set routine quickly but still accurately when under pressure. This makes this technique particularly useful in stressful situations such as your driving test!
Want to know what other learners felt about The Driving Test “Secret”?
“I just used them for a few minutes every day and they really worked”.Amy, who passed her driving test 1st time!
“The Driving Test “Secret” really helped. I wasn’t anywhere near as nervous as I thought I would be. I will recommend the “Secret” to all my friends”. Alice. Passed driving test 1st time!
Regular use of The Driving Test “Secret” will help to increase your confidence, reduce driving test nerves and developing an improved ability to drive without the need for prompting, essential to passing the UK DVSA practical driving test.
Contents covered are:
- How to use The Driving Test “Secret”.
- MSM Routine
- Moving Away & Stopping
- T-Junctions & Side Roads
- Roundabouts Crossroads (Traffic Light Controlled).
- Meeting Traffic
- Pedestrian Crossings
- City Driving
- Rural Routes
- Dual Carriageways.
- Park on the Right
- Parking (Car Park)
- Reverse Park (Road)
- Emergency Stops
- Awareness and Planning
- Independent Driving
- About the Driving Test
- On the Day of Your Test