1.5 million driving tests are taken annually in the UK alone. Despite the investment of money and time on driving lessons, nearly 60 per cent of tests are failed. For thousands of learner drivers who find the test a frightening and confidence-destroying experience, help is now at hand.Of the many books published on the subject of passing the driving test in the UK, not one addresses the issue of nerves. Yet most learners admit that nerves are the main cause of the mistakes that lead to test failure. What these learners need is calmness on the day.Harley Street psychologist and hypnotherapist Lorna Cordwell specialises in helping people to overcome nerves.
This book offers readers clear and simple advice about how to remain calm and focused under pressure, using proven therapeutic methods to be practised by the reader in the build-up to their test. By understanding nerves and positively preparing, learners can achieve success.
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