Before the Test
As a pupil driver, you are already aware of the fact that it is impossible for you to obtain the Learner’s Permit until you must have taken and passed the Driving test. Well, you might be wondering if they are any information out there that may come in handy for you just before you take the test. In that case, you might find the following information useful indeed.
- Do your diligent study: There is probably no better way to gain confidence for the test other than taking your time to study adequately. Even before you making arrangements to schedule your rest, you should have obtained the official revision for detailed study. The Official Driver Theory Test Revision Material is readily available in print and electronic formats.
- Have your ID: You don’t want to get disqualified on the test day for want of the appropriate ID. The only ID that is accepted to write a Driver Theory Test is the Public Services Card (PSC). Thus, it is only wise that you get this sorted before you even book an appointment to do the test.
- Schedule Your appointment: You have revised the study materials and gotten your ID sorted, and you feel confident enough to take the test, the next rung up the ladder is to book your appointment. During the application process, it is important that you make a clear indication of the category of vehicle you intend making use of.
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