Using the Learner Drivers Logbook you can use the charts to mark off and monitor your progress. Included with each competence area are helpful driving test tips, reminders, and Highway Code references. This will give you a handy guide to help you decide whether or not you have reached your goal in each area.
This is how it works:
- The first stage of training is when you start a new topic and carry this out with help from your instructor.
- Stage two, is when you can carry out this new skill yourself after being prompted by your instructor.
- At stage three, you should be acting by yourself and only need occasional reminders.
- Stage four is reached when you can carry out the skill without the need of guidance or prompting.
It is only when you reach stage four in all aspects of the driving test syllabus that you can answer the question; “How do I know when I’m ready for the driving test?”
There are also pages where you can write down your lesson appointment times; as well as the date and time of your driving test!
Getting Ready for the Driving Test
The Learner Drivers Logbook will help you take a structured approach to your driving lessons; and enable you to track your progress as you prepare to take your test.
It also makes a great gift for anyone who is taking driving lessons.
To further help you prepare for your driving test, we would also strongly recommend reading ‘The Driving Test & How to Pass.’ This is written by someone who has worked both as a driving instructor and driving examiner for many years. Don knows the system inside out: and will guide you through the whole process. There is advice on how best to book your driving test, what to expect on the day; and he guides you everything you need to aim for and what you need to avoid. The very best way to achieve that first time pass.
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