Hi all. I decided to pay the £12ish +VAT for the online version of the How2become a train driver. To say I'm disappointed is a bit of an understatement. Maybe I was asking for more than I got. Does anyone else have the same opinion? 1) Chapter two (Checking test) is a very simple version. The real test involved trying to solve two aspects. Firstly, which dial is in which sector. Secondly (and most importantly) if two dials are in the same sector then there is more working out to do. It should be made as realistic as possible. 2) Is Chapter three (TRAIN DRIVER ERROR CHECKING TEST (TD-ECT) even part of the actual assessment? It certainly wasn't in the first group of tests I had to do 3) Is Chapter four (NUMERICAL CONCENTRATION TESTS) even part of the actual assessment? It certainly wasn't in the first group of tests I had to do 4) The Dots concerntration test I took did not have boxes for each 'cell'. The page was just full of dots. Also there were about 25 per row and not 11 as in the book. 5) In Chapter six (OBSERVATIONAL ABILITY TEST (OAT)) the actual assessment was looking for double symbols with no telephone numbers. In fact, telephone numbers weren't even mentioned in the actual assessment. 6) In Chapter eight (TRAIN DRIVER AWARENESS AND RECOGNITION TEST (AART)) from what I've been told, it will not be the type of questions in the book. It will be one or more of the following: Car, Bike/Bicycle, Pedestrian, Road signs, Traffic Lights. Am I the only one who is disappointed in the structure of the book? Surely they could have made it as realistic as possible. I hope I haven't upset anyone with this thread. If I have, sorry in advanced.