Wednesday, 15 January 2014

My driving test experience at CDC Ubi and some driving tips that I have learnt so far

Took me 3 tries to get this slip of paper! No words can explain how elated I was when the tester said that I have passed. 


Like many learners out there, I can't help being nervous and stressed, and even go to the extent of reading online forums to know about past experiences. I wasn't sure that it would help in terms of driving, but it definitely worked to soothe me a little. And that is why I want to share with you my driving experience, hopefully it will give you the courage to not give up even if you failed your test.

I chose to take Class 3 manual instead of auto even when the use of manual cars is decreasing. My dad's car is auto too. But I thought, why not learn it since some countries don't have auto cars yet. Plus it's just an extra skill learnt, no harm right? I love to shift the gears around too (:


I started my driving lessons in about June 2013 after completing my BTT and FTT. 

How to pass BTT and FTT?
1) ALWAYS choose the safest option if you are really unsure

2) Do as many trial questions as possible during the given session. Being KIASU, I booked 2 sessions and finished all 10 test papers. After all, as a CDC student, trial tests are all FOC.

3) Don't push your luck and not revise before the test. You won't want to risk having to wait for another test slot just because you are lazy to study beforehand



After booking for lessons, I was sooooo excited for my first driving lesson. 
You can read my first driving experience HERE

Initially, I booked the same instructor for all the lessons before my first practical test. An extra fee of about $10 will be incurred though. But I felt that it was worth it.

Why did I choose to do so?

1) Different instructors teach different stuff, and it's really annoying because you get so confused. Some are just wasting your time.

2) Having the same instructor means that he can follow up your learning and is better able to guide you. Besides, he can choose to teach a few things in 1 lesson. By following different instructors, there might be a chance for them to go through 1 subject per lesson = takes forever to finish learning.. 

3) I definitely felt more comfortable facing the same instructor whom I have already gotten familiar with. But later on, I realized that it's a fatal mistake for me to have ALL the lessons with the same instructor. What I SHOULD HAVE DONE, is to take the "learning" lessons with him. Subsequently, I should have different instructors to through the revision with me. I'll explain in a while..

Of course, it's different preferences about having the same or different instructors! I would recommend Lim Chin Hua 0935. He's a really nice and friendly instructor! And of course most importantly, he teaches well. I took up a total of 19 lessons before I went for my first practical test.

But...

...I FAILED.

I striked the kerb THREE times, and made some other mistakes. I think my leg was almost shaking the moment I drove out of the parking lot. I NEVER STRIKED ANY KERB BEFORE FOR MY ENTIRE LESSONS. This is why I recommend that you take revision lessons with different instructors.

The moment I saw the fierce look on the tester's face, I got soooo nervous!

Was so disappointed, but booked for my 2nd test and extra 4 lessons anyway.

This time round, I calmed a little and managed to pull through for all the parking and obstacles. Though I made some stupid errors like "forgetting to release handbrake", "wide turning", "incorrect technique for E-brake". But I was pretty confident I could do it, till I finished the test route that the tester has given me.

There were too many cars and even buses on the road that I couldn't handle very well. Well, I could change lanes but the tester faulted me for "changing lane abruptly". I also made a stupid dumb mistake by not slowing down when the traffic light has been green for some time. Had to jam brake at the last moment..  I didn't change to gear 4 on some roads as well. BAM! Another mistake.

And...

...I FAILED AGAIN.

At that point of time, I really felt like I want to give up already! It's not easy to know that you are wasting your parents' money away just because you are not qualified enough. And the pressure, the expectations of myself, and the stress is too much for me to handle. But I managed to pull through, and told myself.

This time I CAN do it.

I booked for another 4 lessons and practical test on 14 Jan. This time, I even asked the instructor to treat the entire lesson as a real test which means I start driving out from the test parking lot. My instructor will then note down the mistakes that I made along the way, and go through it with me at the end of the lesson.

It actually took me whole 2 months to start my first lesson after my previous driving test, and I was thankful my driving was not entirely rusty yet.

Nights before my driving test, it took me close to 2 hours to fall asleep even when it's already past midnight. I kept imagining myself driving in the circuit, and on the road. I was actually mentally giving myself a test scenario to get myself prepared. Sounds crazy, I know.. But I badly wanted to pass this time.

On the day of the test, I tried very best to calm myself down. I even hid the test date from everyone including my family and bf so that I can give them a surprise when I passed. I told myself that if I can drive normally on usual lessons, I can also do the same during the test. My GREATEST problem is the lack of confidence and being too nervous. That's what everyone told me.

And one instructor once told me, "If you're nervous, even if you take 100 tests, you will still not succeed."

So I calmed myself down and went for the warm up. It did gave me a slight boost of confidence as I did the warm up pretty well. When it's my turn, I took a few deep breaths and went to meet the tester. My first obstacle was parallel parking. Slowly one after another, I completed the whole circuit! And I saw that the tester didn't really open his laptop. PHEW. That means half the battle is won!

Before I knew it, I was out of the circuit and within a short while I was already heading back. I knew that I had a high chance of passing as I did not make any major mistakes, maybe except for "inconvenience to traffic - 6 points".

I can't wait to hear the good news!

And...

I PASSED! 

With 10 demerit points!


I think I was smiling like a crazy girl at that point of time. But can you imagine the excited feeling inside me waiting to burst out?! I finally made it! And I'm getting my Class 3 driving license! Finally got the chance to step into the video room to watch their safety video hahahaha. Until now, I still can't believe that I can drive officially on the road!



Thanks for taking your time to read my driving experience! If you are one of those who still haven't pass your driving yet, don't be discouraged! I wouldn't say that this would apply to everyone, but here are some things that I feel should be taken note of (Based on experience and advice from online forums)

1) ALWAYS stay calm during your driving, if not your hands and legs can't coordinate well. Drive normally like any other lesson. I know this is easier said than done, since I've gone through it before. But perhaps play some music before the test to soothe yourself?

2) Try not to book the test during peak hours. I booked mine at 245pm and I feel that it's quite a good timing.


3) Greet your tester with a big smile :D It lifts their mood and leaves a good impression. After all, driving is quite subjective in some area.. If they smile and greet back, it makes you feel more at ease too.


4) Take a few revision lessons before the test, and ask the instructor to treat it like an actual test for you. It helps really a lot, as you can experience how it feels like to take a test. It makes you get used to the sequence as well.


5) Force yourself to practice things that you usually shy away from. You will have to do it during the test, so why not start early? Previously I found myself not familiar with shifting gears up and down, and the instructors have always commented about me "dragging my gears". During the last few lessons, I forced myself to change up and down as much as I can (of course during appropriate times). I realized that it did work!


6) Be a safe driver. The testers want to feel comfortable and safe during the ride. Check your blindspots and mirrors.


7) Try your best to remember every single procedure, even the most minor ones like releasing handbrakes before moving off, switching off signals, and adjusting mirror after parking, etc. These might seem like a piece of cake to you. But when you're nervous during the test, you can entirely forget about it... (Just like me) Save some points for other areas, not waste it on carelessness.


8) For parking, do it slowly. You have 3 min for vertical P and 5 min for parallel P. There's no need to rush through the parking procedure. It's unlikely that you will strike or mount the kerb if you do it slowly since you can always adjust when you realized that it's going to hit the kerb. I was always told that I parked the car too quickly and it's very easy to make a mistake.




I guessed that's all I can think of as of now. If I think of more, I'll add it in! Or you may wish to share your experience and thoughts at the comments too!

Hope that you will succeed one day!



95 comments:

  1. i can still remember my first driving test
    but my driving test are all manual ):
    you can't choose auto or manual

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    1. But now that you have already taken it, having a manual driving license is still more convenient! (:

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  2. HIya many thanks for your advise. I am a new learner may i ask if you could help with the parallel parking as how to see the sighting point before turning. The instructor is unapproachable i am having hard time during lesson . My test is few weeks away. Help... thank you. Glory

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    1. Hi! Sure:) this is what I was taught:

      Position the car close to the left kerb but more to the front. So u gt space to reverse. Look at the left mirror & reverse straight till you see that the door handle is parallel with the last kerb. Now look at the right mirror. Reverse & turn left at the same time till u see a little of the black kerb. Now adjust the mirror down, reverse straight till u see the wheel touching the yellow line on the ground. Next u reverse right slowly into the lot n make adjustment - like if it's slanted u accelerate front a little n steer left.

      Before u move out, reverse back a little so u won't knock the front. But be careful that the back won't knock too

      Hope this helps! :)

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  3. Hi Monica, flop my test .. sad. can i check with u over the parallel parking. after wheel touching yellow line on the ground. Next i reverse right slowly, am i using the D drive gear or still in reverse gear.. May i ask how to you adjust the mirror till u can see the exact stone? Many thanks for your reply and kindness. jelene

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    1. When you reverse right, check both of your mirrors to see if you car will hit the back. if it is too close to the back, u go back to 1st gear and steer left while accelerating. For mirror adjustment it really depends on yourself but better to adjust right mirror all the way down to the left, in order to see the yellow line clearly. Hope this helps! Good luck for your next test (:

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  5. Monice,

    Thx a tonne. Your driving tips has boosted my confidence big time. Hope I too get thru' Feeling very very positive after reading your blog.

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    1. Hi,

      No problem! Good to hear that and all the best for your practical test! (:

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  6. Monice, Well done........... for both passing the driving test and of course this blog for sharing the tips. You will drive your own car one day....

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    1. Hello, thank you for the compliment (:

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  7. Dear Monica, thanks for the tips and sharing. I will be taking my practical test next week and sure am very nervous....had problems with S course and changing lanes..any advice? Thks;)

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  8. Hello there! Actually my name is spelt as 'Monice' haha but its alright! No worries. I can't really give professional advice but what I did was to go slow while turning so at least it's not as easy to hit the kerb. I just did the turning by my own judgement from the surroundings actually. For changing lanes, maybe you can gauge the speed of the car by checking your mirrors, if the image of the car is becoming bigger really fast, this means that you should not change your lanes yet. If you notice that the car is quite far from behind (image of car is small and slowly increasing), do check your blindspot, then change your lane and accelerate. If the car beside you is going quite fast at the same speed as you, maybe you can try slowing down and let the car pass first before you change the lane. That should be safe enough! I hope this helps. And all the best for your practical test! :D

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  9. Dear Monice, thanks for your advice, you're one kind soul...:)

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    1. Haha no problem!! Good luck (: and thanks (:

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  10. Wow! great this blog impressed me and over exceeded my expectations. It is really very informative. Thanks for sharing.
    Book Your Driving Lessons in Milton Keynes

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    1. I must have missed this comment out! Thanks for your compliments !:))

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  11. Fabulous post! I love the way you have represented this blog explaining briefly regarding your driving test experience. Everyone gets nervous when it comes time for their driving test. And, the truth is that the only way to ensure that you are fully prepared is to put the time in and practice. This is the only way that you will be able feel comfortable and confident when it comes time for your test. Driving to Texas

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    1. Thanks Randy! Yup if you are nervous, having good driving skills would be useless during the exam!

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  12. I will be taking my first TP tmr...suddenly i have the anxiety ...and felt that my practise is not enoughh... nowww i am worried ...what are the things i need to take note before my TP tmr. Can you share. Btw love ur blogs thanks for sharing. Its giving a picture what to expect tmr

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    1. Hi Rozanna,

      I have actually faced the same problem as you before, not having the confidence to pass TP. But you should take note that worrying doesn't help as there are no more lessons before your test. You need to calm down and run through all the steps in your mind. What I did was to create a driving test scenario with my imagination. Make sure you remember how to do parking which has quite a few steps involved. Not sure if it helps you though :) the important tips are mentioned in my blog as well. :) all the best! Panicking would only do worse.

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  13. Hi Monice,

    Congrats on passing and for sharing your experience! I had the same exp - mounting the kerb during the test when I have NEVER done so during any practices :/ I was even questioning if I really mounted because I had never done so before..

    Besides staying calm, from research, some of the most common mistakes are failing to check blind spots, safety, mirror, steering while stationary etc. All these are really easily avoidable yet so many people make these mistakes that cause them to fail instead of pass.

    I have actually compiled a list of top 25 mistakes made during the driving test, hope this will help other learner drivers!

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    1. Hi David,

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts too :)

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  14. Dear Monice, I just passed my driving yesterday :) Can I ask, after you pass, then how to park for real in parking lots, since no sighting points like the circuit. Haha...

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    1. Hello:)

      Glad to hear that, congrats! :))

      In driving school we were taught to position the car 180 degree from the parking lot and then reverse while turning in. However that cannot be done in real parking lots. U have to position your car at a 45 degree angle and then slowly reverse in. Use the cars beside to gauge and look at your side mirrors :) it's pretty hard to explain in words though.

      Hope this helps!

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    2. My apologies I mean we were taught 90 degrees

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  15. The blog is good enough I again n again read this. Direction Driving Tuition

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  16. Hi do you have the number of your instructor? :)

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    1. Hello ;) his instructor ID is 0935 lim Chin Hua :)

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    1. It's okay, I failed twice. All the best for your next test :)

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  18. The superb highly informative blog I’m about to share this with all my contacts.www.mydrivinglessonsingloucester.co.uk/

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  19. Great information! I should tell my cousin to read this blog to jumpstart her first ever driving lesson next week.

    I agree that you must relax and focus. It is best to review road rules before doing the test. Keep an eye for signals, signs and always check the blind spot. If you’re enrolled in a Hawkesbury driving school (http://bit.ly/YQtch4) or to any driving schools, it is wise to ask your driving instructor on what to expect during a driving test so that you can prepare.

    Also, I have lived in Australia for quite some time and learnt that you don't want to do coasting if you don't want to be confronted by an officer and get penalised. Yeah, it's illegal. Just a nation-specific road rule to remember because in some countries, coasting is legal. :)

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  20. Hi Monice,
    May i know what will actually happen if you've already booked for a driving session but unfortunately fall sick last min and could not cancel driving lesson as its less than 2 days in advance? Would it be alright if we just don't attend the lesson or must we still give the school a call or something?
    Thanks

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    1. Hello :) Either way u still will not get back any refund as it's less than 2 days in advance. But if possible I guess it's always nice to inform them.

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  21. Hi,

    I failed mine on Mon, super nervous on that day

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    1. Hello,

      Don't be discouraged! Good luck on your next test :)

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  22. Hello Monice ~

    its really encouraging to read the experience you wrote on your blog...

    thanks for sharing.. i am hoping that i too could get my license soon.. haha

    congrats on you getting your license..

    Cheers :)

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    1. Thank you! :) that's nice to hear! All the best!

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  23. Hi,

    I recently failed my second prac test. Was so discouraged till I read your blog. Those mistakes you made during your first 2 prac test, I basically committed them too. So glad that u have made it on your 3rd attempt! I hope I could be like you on your 3rd attempt, I badly needed to pass it too!

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    1. Hey, don't be too disheartened. Try to find out what is the root to your mistakes and amend them. You can do it! Good luck! :)

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  24. Hi Monice, not sure are you able to reply to this since its 2014.. but may I ask how you felt after failing for the first time and how you control the feeling? As I failed my practical test yesterday and really depressed.. like i can't continue my life.. cause I'm one of those who could actually pass but I felt so depressed by my instructor during warm up that I lost confidence for the actual test.. after that I get nervous too after seeing the tester and my mind just went blank..

    I know this is a silly question but must I pay the "car rental" fee again for the 2nd practical test? And could I just go for lessons during the practical test week? Really in a tight budget..

    Oh btw, im a private learner..

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  25. Hello,

    First of all, u need to stop dwelling on the test results because it can't be changed already. And if u feel upset over it for too long it might affect your next test.

    I was disappointed too. But I tried to focus more on how to correct my errors and nervousness. Like my instructor said, if u are not confident, taking the test a 100 times is useless.

    I wouldn't recommend taking lessons on the week of the test unless u r pretty confident about your driving.
    I'm not so sure about the rental fees though Because I'm a school learner. I pay based on the test, not the rental.

    Anyway, good luck for your next test! :)

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    1. Hi there, thanks for replying! I see.. now I know what I should do.

      Oh you don't need to pay the rental stuff on the practical test day (or how much you must fort out on pt day)? It's 150sgd for school if im not wrong.
      anyway may I know how many lessons you take again before 2nd pt test? (Sorry if you did state it on your post haha) and is it possible for me to join school.. without going back to step one.. like taking the very first lesson and must go through 20 lessons
      Thanks!

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    2. Oh the "rental fee" is like the day on practical test, you gotta pay more than $140+... so ya,, do you need to fort out a huge sum on your practical test day? 0; (If so,, is it the same as 2nd test, 3rd test?)

      Out of topic: wow i did not realize the blog url titled its 'mons' i thought it is moms lol!

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    3. Yup, not rental, I forgot how much was the price though.. Should be around $100+. I took around 4 lessons before the 2nd practical. I'm not sure about the last question haha sorry. Maybe u can call the school to check. Test fees are the same for whatever number of tests you retake. (:

      Oh haha that's an abbreviation of my name.

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    4. Today was my test and it was my first time! I passed and it was partly because of your blog!!! I kept cool and voila! THANK YOU!!!

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  26. Halo Monice total how many lesson u take before go test?

    Winson

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    1. Hi Winson,

      I took 19 + 4 + 4 lessons.

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  27. Hi there !

    Is it possible to book instructor based on his slots if i am a school driver(non one team)?
    One of my random instructors asked why didnt i book him ?
    The one i constantly get scolds, listens to music while i drive and use hand signals for directions instead of saying it. His cynical remarks dont make me feel confident at all.

    Thanks alot !

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    1. Hi Fatin,

      What I did was call the driving school and let them know that I want to book for a specific instructor, they did something to my online booking system which allowed me to book under my preferred instructor.

      Maybe you can try calling the school and also give feedback about that instructor who isn't up to standard. (:

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  28. It seems like the first time you failed was clearly attributed to your nervousness (e.g. your shaky legs) :X that's why striked kerb. Doesn't sound like a technical thing.

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    1. Yup, that's what I thought too. haha

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  29. How long did you wait to receive your Driving license?
    Can't wait to get my license!!

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    1. Hello, I'm not too sure, cannot remember. But when you pass the test, they will give you a temporary license paper that you can use immediately. (:

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  30. so how much u spent on your class 3?

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    1. Hi, sorry I didn't take note plus it was very long ago.

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  31. How many lessons you took to complete module 2?

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    1. I didn't record also, plus my instructor combined different things together during the lesson and didn't strictly follow the modules.

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  32. Hello,
    Im taking my 3rd TP in a month from now. I failed 1st tym cos I was 2 nervous, 2nd tym cos i strike curb twice when COMING OUT OF VERTICAL PARKING (and other minor mistakes). After my 2nd tp i was so discouraged i didnt attempt to revise or bk another TP for 8 mnths. But now I have quickly picked all back within a month, and now sometimes i cry cos Im very scared to face another failure for my 3rd tym this tym round. Many friends have confidence in me but myself. Im so depressed whenever I think of my failures in TP. :( Thank You for your advice.

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    1. Hi Tai Ying, I understand how you feel. All the best for your 3rd TP (: Just believe in yourself and you can do it!

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    2. Great blog Monice! Your is like a support for nervous learners like me! Now I know I am not alone. My first PT is 1 week away! Yet after so many lessons I still feel insufficient lessons. I realise my team of instructors did not cover the moment you walk out with the tester to the car and how to move off and then back to the drive centre! Can you share?

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    3. Thanks! (: Hmm, I don't exactly have much to share about that, there's nothing technical about it, it's just the psychological step u have to pass on your own. It's like driving out of the lot, and returning to the driving centre, u don't have to park, the examiner will guide the directions. Good luck(:

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    4. Hi Monice,
      Today is i took my 3rd TP n i passed :) Im very fortunate n thankful for coming across ur blog n also e support of my friends n family :)

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    5. Congrats! Happy to hear that (: Hehe

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  33. Hi Monice , i just failed cos of parallel parking , can explain more clearly and details , how to check referenc
    e pt , is it when u see front door knob next to corner of kerb quickly full left turn ?

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    1. Hi Jen, It's been more than a year since I passed the TP, I cannot remember sorry. Because the parking technique people use on real road experience is very different from the driving centre :)

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  34. Hi Monica,

    Can i check while you are in circuit how should the mirror be? E.g; should i adjust the mirror downwards all the way until when im about to exit the circuit at the stop line then i adjust back? Can you kindly advice me on this? Thankyou.

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  35. Hi Sheena,

    U can adjust your mirror when you need to park, remember to adjust it back to the normal position when you are about to exit the parking lot. (:

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  36. MY TP IS AT APRIL 02, I REALLY WORRY AND SCARED! HOW CAN I MAKE MYSELF NOT SO STRESS BEFORE DRIVING ?

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    1. I was nervous too! What I did was to imagine driving in the obstacle course, think of the possible problems and then remember the correct ways (:

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  37. My TP is at 8+am and I'm wondering how long the whole thing takes whether I pass or fail? Because I have quite an important lesson at 12pm and I don't know if I can make it in time :(

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    1. Hi, there will be a test run before the real thing. Usually if fail, then quite fast. but if u pass, then u must watch some video which has a certain time slot. If u miss that time slot, have to wait for next one. Maybe u can check with them whether they allow u to come back on another day for the video? (:

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  38. Hi Monice,

    May I ask you to share some advice with me on how to do vertical parking in the circuit, step by step? Thank you:)

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    1. Hello there! It has been long since the driving lessons and I have stopped using their step-by-step instructions for parking. Rather, I park base by gauging with my eyes. Sorry I am unable to help..

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  39. Hi Monice,

    Would you please share with me how I should do vertical parking in the circuit. i'm not very sure how to do it and my instructor is too impatient to guide me :( your help would be greatly appreciated, thank you so much!

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    1. I don't remember the steps anymore. When you drive on the roads outside, whatever you have learnt about circuit parking in school is not really applicable

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  40. Hi, I just failed my first practical test, I would like to know your advice on how to keep cool during the test!!

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    1. Don't give up!

      It's not easy but try to just take it as a normal driving day. Tell yourself that if u panic the outcome is just gonna be worse. So no point being nervous :) follow the tips from my blog post and I hope u pass on the next test!

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  41. Hello Monice! Thks for sharing your experience. Can you share how do you move off (manual car) smoothly from stationary on inclined slope especially at those at traffic junctions at Ubi where there are lots of them? The VIOS training car sometimes create loud "vroooom" sound.

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    1. Hello! I think the main issue is to make sure that your left foot is not shaking while its on the clutch. That is what I can remember from my experience.

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  42. Hi ! I failed my 1st tp. My instructor was really kind. I strike the kerb and exceeded 5 min in parallel. Had some mistakes outside the circuit. Total I had 1 imme failure and 38 points. It was really bad, and I have high fever after taking the test. Hahha maybe was shocked cause of the points. Tomorrow I'm going to the center and book my lessons and tp. Hopefully I can pass on my next tp

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    1. Hi Putri, its okay! I failed twice as well.. don't give up! :) All the best!

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  43. Hi Monice,

    Your Post really helped me, and i passed my driving test on 1st try yesterday
    Not sure if you will be still reading this post on 2016, but still i want to thank you!

    Thanks for sharing such a great piece!

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    1. Hi Julianto, so glad to hear that I helped! :) congrats!!

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  44. Hey there! I've failed twice as well, and tomorrow's the third time I'll try! TT Really hope I'll be able to pass it (hoping that third time's the charm for me HAHA) Thank you for writing this blogpost and calming people like me! 😄

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    1. Hello! :) good luck to u tomorrow! Just follow my tips and focus! Hope u do well :) thanks for reading my blog!

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