L of a way 2 Pass Paperback – 6 Nov 2008
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Every year over half of the driving tests taken result in failure, often just as a result of nerves on the day rather than due to bad driving. In addition, learner drivers may be spending much more money and time on repetitive lessons than they need to. This book shows you how to pass your driving test stress free and in fewer lessons, saving you lots of time money. Now you need to ask yourself: are you ready for that? If you already feel completely confident in your ability, believe that you can perform all the manoeuvres correctly, drive totally without your instructor's help and guidance, and are totally confident in your ability to pass your test, then don't buy this book because you don't need it. However, if there is the slightest doubt in your mind about your confidence or competence levels, or you think that 'nerves' will get the better of you on your test, then read on, this book has been written especially for you. If you are one of the ten percent of the population who is dyslexic you will know that learning to drive can present challenges for you.Therefore, a specialist chapter has been written for you using multi-sensory learning techniques to make learning easier and much more enjoyable.If you are thinking about taking your driving test, you need to read the chapter 'Top Ten reasons for failure and how to avoid them' View this FREE now at www.Lofaway2pass.com
About the Author
Diane Hall D.S.A.(A.D.I.), T.F.T.-Alg. As a driving instructor for many years, I was continually disappointed about the number of good drivers who failed their test due to nerves on the day. As a result, I spent over a year researching different methods and techniques to enable learner drivers to pass their driving test stress free and in fewer repetitive lessons. You can find out how to do this in my book, 'L of a way 2 pass'. I am also a fully qualified Thought Field Therapist and specialise in reducing the nerves and stress associated with taking and passing your driving test.If you want to find out more about the book and the techniques I use, please take a look at _www.Lofaway2pass.com_ (www.Lofaway2pass.com) . If you are one of the ten percent or so dyslexics in the country you will know that learning to drive can be difficult due to short term memory and sequencing issues. I have enlisted the help of Sandra Read, Cert. in Ed., OCR Diploma, SpLD, MPNLP, who has written a specialist chapter to enable learner drivers to take information on board more easily and therefore pass their test in fewer lessons, using multi-sensory learning techniques. Find out more at her site _www.freedomfromdyslexia.co.uk_ (www.freedomfromdyslexia.co.uk)
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After a gap of over 10 years I decided to give driving another go, although with a different instructor I soon picked up some of the skills that Diane had taught me previously. I was more confident as a person but I was still worried about nerves when I would eventually take my test again. Some of the techniques and exercises in this book really helped settle some of those test day nerves and helped me feel more confident going into the test as well as the way that I was driving during lessons. I put it out of my mind that I had failed before and started to think of this as my first time and I passed my driving test with just two minor faults!
If like me you have failed your driving test before due to nerves or have confidence issues going into your first test then I can't recommend this book highly enough. Most of all though, never give up like I did, you will pass!
Thank you Diane!
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