This post is specially made for my friend, Nurul Syafiqa Asrorie...[whoopss! haha..] who lately had failed the JPJ road test for the second effing time and had possibly gone insane with it (do read this tremendous essay that she wrote just after she failed the second test- clearly shows that she had grown nuts xDD)
I know it must be very hard for you to stay passionate in taking the third test for thinking of the fact that even an arse like me would've pass it with a flying color [okay- I am just exaggerating..] I know a brainiac like you should have probably done better.
Dear, Lady Luck would have hated you so much- you could have done anything that possibly had piss her off [did you meet a fortune teller?] or else for God's sake, she would likely had helped you out to pass the effing JPJ test. [Agak-agak, ko ni memang lah kena mandi bunga tolak **** kan...haha]
But, whatever it is, just remember that success will normally begins with failure. You will only fail if you stop trying, ok nok?. [Do I sound like a motivator here, because I am actually intended to be one- haha!]
So here I am just love to share some tips to pass that sickening JPJ test (copy-paste from this web)
1) Obey the traffic lights.
Beating the traffic light will cause you to fail. So, do not ever do this during the test.
2) Do not attempt overtaking a bus that has stopped.
During a test, do not attempt to overtake a bus which has stopped. Unfortunately, many instructors fail to advice their students regarding this. Potential test candidates have often had their tests aborted for doing this.
3) Give way to pedestrians.
Failure to accord “right of way” to pedestrians during a test is certainly something unforgiveable, which means an immediate failure.
4) Steering wavering (unsteady).
The inability to control the steering well, will inevitably cause you to Fail. Therefore, you are advised to take enough lessons to ensure that you can handle the steering properly.
5) Overtaking at single or double line.
Absolute no overtaking should ever be done on such lines above. It will mean a failure to you. So, be patient. Remember, once again, no overtaking!
6) Forgetting to wear the seat belts.
Failure to wear seat belts is a definite failure. You will lose 5 marks. As 16 is the minimum amount of marks required to pass the road test, a 5 marks deduction will automatically bring you into the failure zone.
7) Engine dying off constantly.
A candidate who drives with an engine dying off too often, indicates his inability to control a vehicle. This not only irritates the tester, but it also gives the tester a poor impression of your ability to drive well.
In tests, a candidate should ideally prove his confidence to be able to drive well.
8) Stopping at junctions.
You should be able to stop at a junction correctly. First, stop approximately 2 meters behind the stop line. Do you stop at the left lane, the right lane or the centre?
Brush up your ability to stop well and correctly at a junction. This may very well be the gateway to securing your “P” license after all.
9) Using only one hand while driving.
This is one of the things that must never be done. Not only is it dangerous, it goes to show your arrogance as a driver. Doing this will definitely get you a failure that you very well deserve.
10) Do not come out of a junction if there are traffic from either sides.
To proceed out from a junction, with traffic approaching from either side, is not only dangerous, it tantamounts a driver being not careful and courting danger, thereby, inviting accidents.
Footnote: Don't forget your prayers! Allah helps those who help themselves. Smile and just be confident with yourself. All of us were born to be a driver so just think that driving is just a part of our human nature. ❤❤❤
Best of Luck to my dearest friend in taking your third JPJ road test, ok? May ALLAH help you always!