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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-10-2005, 09:17 PM Thread Starter
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Alright I had anonther thread which was telling how I failed my road test but now I step up anonther road for july 8th for queens I live in Long Island NY. Anyway I keep thinking I'm going to fail. I've been praticing alot more but now I'm like getting nervous and have more fear. Should I take more pratice road testes. My driver instructor keeps saying i'm more then ready to take and pass the road test. I don't know how to get over my first failure and if I don't pass this one I can't take anonther road test till December because of sports and school. What should I do???
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my best advice to you for passing the driving test is to keep driving with a lisence driver and when u drive be super anal about everything u do, be aware of every move your make, from making sure u check your mirrors to looking over your shoulders...

when u take the driving test make sure all your moves are as dramatic as possible so your instructor knows that u know what u are doing--don't worry so much about your first test, its in the pass, brush it off and focus on your next one and what u can do to make sure u pass this time, really, don't think about it any more-

good luck the second time around! remember, keep praticing and be as anal as possible, and ask others to be anal and picky as well, esp. over little things like looking at your mirros, your speed etc etc.

once again, good luck and don't fret about the last test-
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Thanks. I really didn't take the road test the first time since as soon as I pulled out I got an automatic failure. So just pratice everything all overagain?
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If you keep thinking you're going to fail, then you will. Keep studying, do everything by the book and you should be fine.
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Get over your failure, accept the fact that you sucked ass the first time, learn from your mistakes and move on!

Failure is how you learn, my friend and if you let fear dictate your life, you'll never accomplish anything and the world will walk all over you :hide:

Don't be a puss, get in the damn car and pass your f'ing test.....don't whine, cry or complain, just do it!

And when you conquer that, move on and conquer something else..... it can be anything, just make sure you get the job done and that you're not sitting on your ass waiting for someone to spoon feed you or blow sunshine up your ass.....

You can do this, brother! Your biggest obstacle in life is yourself.....learn to conquer that and nothing will ever stop you

Now, go pass your damn test and anything that stands in your way, let 'em know how you feel with a 'lil sign language --->

Go get it done!
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GET R' DUN!


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Ight thanks just got to suck it up and go drive
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Think positive too, DonJuanPimpin.

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Good luck Don. I hope things get better for you


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Get over your failure, accept the fact that you sucked ass the first time, learn from your mistakes and move on!

Failure is how you learn, my friend and if you let fear dictate your life, you'll never accomplish anything and the world will walk all over you :hide:

Don't be a puss, get in the damn car and pass your f'ing test.....don't whine, cry or complain, just do it!

And when you conquer that, move on and conquer something else..... it can be anything, just make sure you get the job done and that you're not sitting on your ass waiting for someone to spoon feed you or blow sunshine up your ass.....

You can do this, brother! Your biggest obstacle in life is yourself.....learn to conquer that and nothing will ever stop you

Now, go pass your damn test and anything that stands in your way, let 'em know how you feel with a 'lil sign language --->

Go get it done!


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