Driving test nerves

For many people, the anticipation of the driving test can be just as bad as the test itself.  

Thoughts of what might happen, or what might go wrong, just bring anxiety and stress.  This stress builds and builds, and as the time of the test draws ever closer, the anxiety builds to such an extent, that the learner driver feels that all their newly-learned skills will be sure to abandon them, and just at the moment they know they'll need them the most.

They 'know' that they can drive perfectly well at any other time, but feel and sometimes find, that their skills desert them just as soon as the examiner gets in the car!

The stresses and strains that a driving test can bring, can be especially frustrating to the normally competent student.  

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