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Many student drivers are impressed and reassured by this seemingly academic approach, but the truth of the matter is that the ethos of intensive driving courses is to ensure that the material is covered as quickly as possible, rather than as effectively as possible. What this means then is that many student drivers who sign up for such classes are naively assuming that they will get a good result at the end of it all.
In reality, they are harassed through the process at breakneck speed with little time to question let alone doubt, before they are then thrown headfirst into their driving examination. Little wonder then that so many student drivers who have sought to rely upon intensive driving courses have failed miserably in their final examination.
The problem is that the tutors for these courses try to cover too much, too quick and so they sacrifice secure knowledge for short term results. They may seem like an attractive option, especially if your time is at a premium but if truth be told, having to repeat the entire process from scratch because you failed the driving exam in the first instance is not an especially productive way of progressing.
It is for that reason then it is imperative that you ensure that you are actually able to fully and completely commit yourself to the demands of the intensive driving course, so that you can actually derive some benefit from it.