If you would like to pass the driving test first time at the North West London DSA Mill Hill centre located at Bunns Lane NW7 2DQ, then this website contains very useful information including instructor videos covering DSA test routes. Call 07516 512246 if you need Driving Lessons, want to hire a car for the test or would like to practise and familiarise yourself with the local roads and area.
Here are 5 important tips to help you pass the driving test at the DSA centre in Mill Hill. They are useful for other locations as well, so do not think that they will only work in London.
1. You need the right attitude to pass the driving test. I have been in this learner driver training instructor business for a long time, and I have seen my fair share of candidates who have turned up and think they know it all just because they can confidently drive a car! The DSA examiners can within the first 5 minutes of you starting the vehicle sense what type of driver you are. To pass the driving test you need to drive the way the DSA says you should, and not the way your dad, friend taught you or says is ok.
You do not have to take professional driving lessons to pass the driving test, but they will greatly improve your chances especially if you have been taught to drive by family or friends. The other option is to buy one of the official DSA guides that explains what the examiners will be looking for.
The examiners is Mill Hill are strict, and will fail you if you do not meet the required standard, especially if you have an attitude problem.
2. The next tip is to deal with all your weaknesses, before your driving test date. There is no point in turning up at the driving test centre if you are not confident doing the reverse round the corner exercise. There is a 25% chance you will get it, and more importantly it will affect you concentration until this part of the assessment is out of the way, meaning that there is a greater chance of a serious fault being recorded during the general drive.
If your driving instructor is not able to give you advice or break down a manuever into simple enough steps for you to understand, then find someone who can, but don't hope that you will not get a particular exercise on the test, you are not fully prepared.
3. Get rid of unecessary pressures leading up to your test date. Don't tell family or friends your test date if that makes you uneasy or pressurised. Leaving your test late till a few weeks before your theory test certificate expires is not a good idea, as I have seen many candidates think more about what will happen if they do not succeed compared to just trying to do their best on the test.
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