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Common Test Failure Reasons


Most people fail theory test each year, though DSA publishes the reasons why learner drivers fail in practical theory test still many of us don’t pay much attention to it.
However, you can avoid this by taking enough driving lessons and sufficient practice. Do not ever give the test, just to gain experience or to see what the test is all about. Following are the areas where is more likely to fall short of the DSA standards. As a driving instructor I am obliged to let you know if you are approaching the best time for your driving test but of course the dessision is yours. I provide my learners with enough mock tests and final preparation for their practical test and never suggest a test date until I as an instrucor and my learner jointly agree that it is safe to do so.
 
Reversing around a corner incorrectly.

Problems with parking

Driving too slowly (hesitancy)

Hesitation causing delay, usually by not pulling out promptly at junctions

Not making effective observations and poor judgment when emerging out of side roads

Failure to make effective use of mirrors

Incorrect road position, usually on bends, and poor lane discipline on roundabouts

Failure to move away correctly from stationary positions

Poor steering control, such as when making left or right turns

Incorrect road position, usually on bends, and poor lane discipline on roundabouts.
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