Being a little nervous can help your performance. Having some adrenaline running can help you and keep your concentration up.
I am not a believer in being laid-back because this is when mistakes happen. Being over confident will not impress the examiner. You are there to show the examiner you can drive… not show off.
Choose suitable test date and time: Have a think about the best time to have your test, would you prefer it quiet or maybe when it’s a little busier to keep you on your toes.
Wear comfortable clothes: Wear something smart and comfortable, you don’t want to be fidgeting around all test!.
Don’t be put off by an unchatty examiner: He or she is professional and concentrating on the job in hand so please don’t be put off if you arnt having a chat all test. Just concentrate on what you are doing.
Don’t let a mistake put you off: Don’t let a mistake turn into a snowball effect. Mistakes can be rectified and don’t necessarily mean you have failed.
You can only do your best. If you have put the time and effort in then you will see results
Remember the following….
Fail to prepare – Prepare to FAIL