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Driving

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by EX Mod Cog, May 28, 2008.

  1. EX Mod Cog

    EX Mod Cog Keyboard Hero

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    Just got back from another lesson, went very smoothly, no real problems, and I've booked my theory :up: my driving is going quite well I think.
     
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    Learner drivers get in my way, slow me down. :mad:

    The van man. :D
     
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    okay good luck with the theory.

    whats the pass mark, do you need to get 100%:confused:
     
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    Good luck with your theory test mate and all the best with the driving
     
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    I forget what you have to get to pass, it's not 100% I think it might be 80 or around that much.
     
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    I'm sure I remember Paul O'Grady doing it for charity once, he had to get 18 out of 20 I think and I remember he got 17 and called the tester a miserable b*****d for failing him :D:D
     
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    when i did my theory to pass i had to get at least 30 correct answers out of 35 and on the hazard perception i had to get over 44 points to pass. The hazard perception is such a stupid system its nothing like driving.
     
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    If you go on the aa website they have a sample of the test you can take to see how your doing
     
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    i bought three CD tests that you plonk into the PC:up:

    got em for a tenner
     
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    you can get it free on the aa site :up:
     
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    LOL....
    never heard that before :D
     
  12. a1gunner

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    well its more fun than insert or place or position:D
     
  13. EX Mod Cog

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    I have some of those DVDs just haven't used them yet, I'm lazy :( I've got 2 weeks to revise, most of it is straight-forward, my theory test is on the 12th of next month :up:
     
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    Pull your finger out, revise and get it right first time :D
     
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    Full marks on both the question phase and the hazard perception!! :cool:

    Full marks on Forklift and Tracked Vehicle.

    Didn't get full marks on my LGV/PCV or bike, but still passed first time on both.

    Passed first time on ALL SEVEN practicals!! :cool::cool::cool::Rock On:
     
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    i should revise for my GCSSE's.:eek:
    might get me further than a driver licence:D
     
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    You'll be suprised where a driving licence will get you. A lot of seemingly non-driving jobs now ask that you have a full driving licence anyway.
     
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    yea. the job i'd like means you have to drive to place to place:)
     

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