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Hi all,


Im thinking about doing my lessons, Im from Northumberland and wounder if anyone could tell me of any good bike schools around here?


Also I was thinking of doing my theory test first so I could concentrate on my practical lessons there after. Just unsure if your CBT certificate is a requirement for the theory test?


Could anyone help me with this???


Thanks

Jarv

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Ello and welcome :D


I can't help you with which bike school to use, but you do need to do your cbt and your theory before you can take your practical module 1 and 2 tests - they ask to see your cbt certificate along with your driving licence and theory certificate before both modules. Hope that helps. :D


edit - forgot to say you don't need to have done your cbt in order to do your theory

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Ello and welcome :D


I can't help you with which bike school to use, but you do need to do your cbt and your theory before you can take your practical module 1 and 2 tests - they ask to see your cbt certificate along with your driving licence and theory certificate before both modules. Hope that helps. :D


edit - forgot to say you don't need to have done your cbt in order to do your theory

 

Cheers for the reply, I just keep thinking about it and thought if I got rid of that straight away I can concentrate on learning.

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I think its a great idea to do the theory before you get out on the roads.

 

Some people I know have advised I get on the roads first but, I already drive a car so my road awareness gives me better stance on positioning and understanding road users to a certain extent.


But I just think learning to ride first, then do my theory might not be a good approach for me. It makes sense to me to complete the clinical classroom stuff first so I can commit to a constant learning curve on the road. Or is that over analysing?

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I'd agree, get it out of the way. You won't have to learn two things at once, that way. Was how I did it, anyway. The last thing I wanted after 2 hours sheer concentration was to then have to come back to a computer and revise theory test questions.

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