Driving Lessons Dublin Students Love - RSA School of Motoring
Feeling nervous about the driving test is natural. And it stems from not feeling prepared. That feeling of not being prepared leads to feelings of anxiety and stress, which can negatively impact performance during a driving test. To combat this, it is important to focus on thorough preparation, both in terms of driving skills and knowledge as well as mental preparation.
The standard procedure by most schools in to encourage regular practice, studying the rules of the road, taking mock tests, memorising test routes and learning driving tester procedures. And all of this is essential of course. But we think it is equally important to develop a positive mindset, to focus on the present moment, and not get bogged down in negative thoughts or emotions. By preparing thoroughly and utilising the right techniques, individuals can reduce the level of anxiety and nerves and approach the driving test with a sense of confidence and control.
The RSA Way is simple. Helping our learners develop a resilient stoic attitude when facing the challenges of learning to drive. What do we mean by a resilient stoic attitude? A resilient stoic attitude is the combination of practical skill development and a positive mindset that allows individuals to face the challenges of learning to drive with confidence and control. The practical aspect of The RSA Way encourages the development of the necessary driving knowledge and skills in spite of the fear we face, the mistakes we make and the ever changing road conditions we find ourselves on. The mental aspect of The RSA Way coaches us to manage stress and emotions, maintain a positive outlook, and focus on what can be controlled. The RSA Way is a holistic approach that provides an answer to both the practical and mental challenges of learning to drive and passing the driving test. But it's about more than learning to drive and passing the driving test. These techniques are easily transferable to any adversity you might face in your day to day life.