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The intermediate test (TTT) is a driving test that takes place after about three-quarters of the driving course. The intermediate test runs like a real driving test, so you can get used to the exam and the examiner. If desired, the final driving test can be administered by the examiner you had at the intermediate test.
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The examiner from the CBR assesses your driving skills during the interim test. This means that he/she checks everything that is also tested on the final driving test. The TTT takes as long as a real driving test, and your instructor also rides along to monitor the progress of the TTT.
After the interim test, the examiner will give you an advice form on which the examiner gives advice for each section. Using this form, you can see exactly what parts you still need to work on. You will receive tips for improvement from both the examiner and your instructor.
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Besides the fact that this way you can get extra practice and experience in taking a driving test, you can also be exempted from the special maneuvers of the driving test (such as parking order, stopping order). If you have obtained this exemption from the examiner, take the advisory form with you to the driving test: as it is your proof of exemption for the special maneuvers section. In addition, the advisory form can be the deciding factor when in doubt about the exam result.
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