interim-test

The interim Test

The interim test (TTT) is a driving test which works as a real test. It is a good opportunity to get used to the driving test, and it can help you overcome any nervousness. During the test, an examiner from the CBR assesses your driving skills, according to official exam requirements. The TTT takes as long as a driving test. Your instructor rides along with you during the test, and after the test, gives you advice on areas you have to pay extra attention. If you perform the special maneuvers well in the TTT, you get an exemption for this component during the next exam.

The TTT is intended for candidates who will take the exam in categories B (car), BE (car with trailer), and AVD (traffic condolences for the motor). You can request a TTT with the CBR present only if you are registered in the driving school.

For who

The TTT is intended for candidates who will take the exam in categories B (car), BE (car with trailer), and AVD (traffic condolences for the motor). You can request a TTT with the CBR present only if you are registered in the driving school.

Conditions

Categorie B:

− A legal identification;
− Passing theory exam B or a valid driving license for B-category vehicles;
− The completed application form;
− A motor vehicle suitable for this exam;
− Advance payment.

Get rid of those nerves!

The test is a remarkable opportunity to get used to the exam situation. Since the TTT resembles the actual exam, you will know what exactly you can expect during the actual test. Many candidates lose their nervousness through this mock-test, and many get an exemption for “special maneuvers,” such as reverse, parking or stopping, that normally form part of the practical test. If you do these special maneuvers well, you will get an exemption for this component, and you will not have to do more maneuvers on your upcoming driving test. Even if other parts of the TTT do not run smoothly, your exemption still remains! The practice test increases your chances of success in the actual test significantly.

When do you take your TTT

The driving school determines the date and time of the test, after consulting with you. The TTT is not useful if you have just started your driving course. CBR advises to take the test when you have completed about two-thirds to three-quarters of your scheduled driver training lessons.

Advice form

After the test you get with a recommendation form of the examiner. This contains the same components as the results form of the driving test. The examiner will place his remarks for each part of the examination, allowing you to see the exact areas where you must improve. Together with your instructor, you can then focus on completing your driver training, giving soecial attention to these components.

Take it with you! Make sure you have the advice form with you when doing your actual B-exam, more so if you have obtained exemption for the special maneuvers part. The advice form from the examiner can make the difference in case of any doubt about the test results.

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