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This review is from: The Official DSA Guide to Learning to Ride 2005 (Paperback)
I bought this book, as i have passed my CBT over a year ago, and i am about to start lessons. I bought this book to cach up on informaytion that i may have forgotten, but have found it to be fairly useless. All this book tells you, is what topics and items your CBT will cover, and not actually the informaytion itself. For example, with breaking, it will just say "your instructer will explain breaking to your during your CBT", and it will not tell you how you should be breaking. The whole book is like this. They should of only used one page, and said "CBT: the examiner will explain to you, what you do when you get there", and left it at that. I say this book is fairly useless, becasue you could used it as a coaster, or to stop your table rocking.
I say buy this book if you want to find out what you will be learning on your CBT/test, but you will be told that during you CBT, and would therefore just be waisting your money.
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Initial post: 12 Jun 2008 10:14:44 BDT
Steven Shannon says:
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Apr 2010 14:46:47 BDT
Graham Middleton says:
Maybe YOU should learn some web etiket....
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