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Mock Test Dublin

A mock test is the practise session in which you will be entitled to go through all the steps which you will actually be facing on the day of your driving test. You will be asked to go through a complete check process, then the theory session where you will be asked the questions about traffic rules and road signs and then you will be taken on a driving test where the tester will assess you on the basis of your skills.

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    The difference between Pretest Lessons and Mock Test Lessons

    A mock test is an exact demonstration of what will happen on the actual test itself. The theory questions beforehand, under the bonnet checks, secondary control demonstration and indeed the drive itself, all the points will be put before you. We speak the commands exactly as you will be asked during the test and we will bring you on the same routes so you can get familiar with the manoeuvre points. The silence and no talking is what makes people most nervous but you need to prepare for the situation so that you can get relaxed at that time and give your best. If you want your driving test to be passed in the very first time, you have got to show the tester that your driving is in line with how they believe it should be and you are able to drive independently.

    If you have been driving for years and you are planning to just take the mock test before the driving test then it might not work for you as you think because you need to learn about the specific areas which you have to practise to fine tune your skills and understand which wrong moves can count faults for you and the important observations to note while driving that you need to take care. So, it is advised that you go through all the lessons and pretests to revise everything theoretically and practically and then appear for the mock test.

    Timing of your lessons is the key

    Our mock tests are designed 1 to 2 weeks prior to sitting the actual test so that we assess your skill level on time and advise you on what we evaluate. We will tell you what’s needed to be improved and then make you practise that harder.

    Pupils who come to us for the first time, do a lot of things in the wrong way and don’t know how to drive as per test standards. It’s our job to ensure that you know exactly what it is the tester wants to see and all the skills are polished to the optimum level.

    Key of Driving Lessons

    Experience and test route knowledge

    We have been around the driving test routes for 30 years now so we know exactly where you will be taken for your manoeuvre points and to test you.

    The time period of your test will be 40 minutes and you have to drive approximately 8 kms through different routes and under various conditions.

    Skills on which your driving will be tested.

    Knowledge of Rules of the Road by asking questions (including identifying road signs)
    Demonstrating hand signals
    Reversing around a corner
    A turnabout in the road
    A hill start
    The list of situations under which you will be tested
    Moving off
    Driving in traffic
    Stopping
    Reversing round a corner
    Starting on a hill
    Road positioning
    Anticipation and observation
    Turning about to face in the opposite direction
    Parking
    Overtaking and passing
    Use of mirrors and signals
    Speed
    Compliance with traffic lights, road signs and markings
    Use of vehicle controls – accelerator, clutch, gears, breaks and steering
    Use of secondary controls – wipers, demisters, lights etc

    Our testers during the mock test will give you a full assessment on the basis of the above points so that you are aware of all the standards that you need to maintain during the test.

    Prepare your mock test with National Driving School that has the 97% pass rate, the highest in Dublin. So join our school and get the right guidance for your test, get the most trusted driving lessons, prepare with our pretests and mock tests and pass your driving test in one go.

    Our centres are dedicated to work relentlessly for your progress and to build the required skills aligned with the standards given by RSA. Our excellence and reputation says it all and you can get your experience too while getting the best programmed lessons and seamlessly going through all the difficulties.

    Other necessary details that you should keep in your mind before the test are:

    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 make 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 not having the appropriate ID so make it ready prior only. 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 step on your ladder is to give your test. During the application process, it is important that you make a clear indication of the category of vehicle you intend making use of.