Diving test Nerves

05/07/20 01:38:am

We all suffer from nerves at some point in our lives whether we are required to do a presentation, stand up in front of a classroom full of people, meet a stranger for the first time, or take a driving test.

Suffering from nerves and feeling sick or anxious before a driving test is perfectly normal, it’s the fear of the unknown and over worrying about failing. We put ourselves under an immense amount of pressure and feel like we don’t want to let our friends, family, or instructor down. We forget why we are doing the test and who it means the most to, then beat ourselves up if we fail with our first attempt. As driving instructors, we can only offer tips and advice about how to deal with nerves from our own and others' experiences. Some of those are as follows:

  1. Book the driving test early in the day so you don’t have too much time to think about it.

  2. Go to the gym, out for a run, or even a brisk walk.

  3. Try some form of meditation, there are plenty of apps available

    or use Youtube

  4. Use positive affirmations keep telling yourself you can do this or

    you have got this.

  5. Try using herbal remedies.

  6. Try eating a banana they are full of vitamin B which may help to

    calm your nerves.

  7. Pretend that this is just another driving lesson

  8. Occasionally imagining that you have already failed helps some

    people.

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