Show Me

Tell Me 

‘Tell Me’ are a series of questions a driving test examiner can ask you before the start of your test.


‘Show Me’ are a series of questions a driving test examiner can ask during your test.

Show Me Questions

  1. When it is safe to do so, can you show me how you wash and clean the rear windscreen?
     

  2. When it is safe to do so, can you show me how you wash and clean the front windscreen?
     

  3. When it is safe to do so, can you show me how you'd switch on your dipped headlights?
     

  4. When it is safe to do so, can you show me how you'd set the rear demister?
     

  5. When it is safe to do so, can you show me how you'd operate the horn?
     

  6. When it is safe to do so, can you show me how you'd demist the front windscreen?
     

  7. When it is safe to do so, can you show me how you'd open and close the side window?
     

Tell Me Questions

The DSA practical driving test Show Me / Tell Me questions consist of 21 car safety and maintenance questions to ensure that you have a basic knowledge of keeping your car legal and safe.
When you head out of the driving test centre waiting room towards your car, the examiner will conduct an eye test and when you arrive at your car, the examiner will ask you 1 of the possible 14 ‘Tell Me’ questions.
During the test, the examiner will ask you 1 of the possible 7 ‘Show Me’ questions.

1) Mental game skills to turn pressure and nerves into an advantage


WINNING STATE teaches athletes that no amount of physical training will eliminate nervousness. The idea is a myth. Athletes learn a new of skills to face nerves head on and turn heart-pounding pressure into an advantage.




4) Mental toughness skills to make hard decisions


Athletes learn that decisions are black or white. We do or we don’t. We go train or we blow it off. We go to class or we ditch it. We study hard for the test or we don’t. As we’re deciding whether to work or slack off our mind plays tricks on us: “You can get away with it just this one time.” What a mistake! The heck with getting away with it. WINNING STATE teaches athletes how to make mentally tough decisions that propel them forward, toward becoming a champion. Success on and off the field takes mental toughness.




2) Knowledge of why confidence and mental toughness are NOT the same


Athletes learn why mental toughness is more important than confidence. Confidence is a flighty “feeling” that comes and goes. Mental toughness is a gritty attitude that can withstand adversity. WINNING STATE teaches athletes mental toughness tactics to stay poised and composed under pressure. WINNING STATE is the first to make the distinction: mental toughness drives confidence.




3) Strategies to preplan self-talk to crush doubt and hesitation


WINNING STATE teaches athletes how to give themselves an inspiring pep-talk when the pressure is on. Athletes learn self-talk strategies to verbally win the battle between doubting and believing. WINNING STATE provides numerous examples of great self-talk to put doubt in its place and go for it.




5) Competition skills to “flip the switch”


In the competitive sports context, WINNING STATE coined the term “flip the switch” to give athletes a simple idea to take into competition. Athletes learn how to switch on a competition process loaded with mental toughness tactics to get the most out of themselves under nerve-wracking pressure.




Plus more essential mental toughness skills to COMPETE MENTALLY TOUGH and win


  • Skills to achieve a LOCKED-IN mental state.
  • Knowledge of what a mental game “is” and what a mental game should “produce.”
  • A new perspective that makes a clear distinction between physical toughness and mental toughness.
  • The skill to breathe systematically to settle nerves, increase horsepower, and strengthen focus.
  • Self-talk strategies to prevent worrying about future outcomes and to instead keep the mind grounded in the present focused on doing their job.
  • Mental pictures of what to visualize when their heart is pounding through their chest.
And more!