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For driver assessment do you have to memorise the series of switch sequences or can you draw the switches as they would supposedly appear after each effect? The latter obviously much easier!
 
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For driver assessment do you have to memorise the series of switch sequences or can you draw the switches as they would supposedly appear after each effect? The latter obviously much easier!
Bit confused about the question here. Switches in relation to what? :?

If you mean the mechanical comprehension test - it's multiple choice with the diagram for any 'circuit' based question in front of you.

If you're referring to the Driver Fault Finding Test that some assessments run then there are no switches, it's following a logical series of faults...
 

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Fault finding test. In the how2become book the practice material is based on a sequence of switches and you have to decipher which in the sequence is not working ie having no effect. I guess it is not an exact replica and is more to get your brain working in a certain way
 

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I've got the book and those tests make my brain freeze up. There aren't any in the test like that are there? The dials ones I find easier.
 
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