Ontario’s G2 test is by no means an easy exam. On average, the G2 test has a pass rate of 50-60%, compared to 60-70% for the G test. That said, you can increase your chances of passing substantially if you know what the examiners are looking for – and where most students tend to slip […]
You’ve passed your G1 written test, completed a Beginner Driver Education course (it’s not mandatory, only highly, highly encouraged), and now you’re “gearing up” for the road test (ha!). There’s a big decision that stands between you and the ability to drive on your own (or if you’re going for a G license test, the […]
Getting a driver’s licence is a liberating experience for many and a rite of passage for everyone. Thankfully, Ontario’s Graduated Licensing System makes the process pretty straightforward while also ensuring that our roads are safe. New drivers in Ontario that are looking to get behind the wheel (or the handle – if you’re getting a […]
If you’re a recent G1 licenseholder in Ontario, you’re probably itching to get your full G license – or at least a G2 – without having to wait for years and years. The G1 license, while helpful, comes with a set of restrictions that make it impossible to drive on your own. If you’re looking […]
DriveTest examiners are trained to use an examination sheet when scoring candidates during their road tests. The G2 and G examiner sheets are similar, however, the G test sheet contains more maneuvers for the examiner to assess (e.g., highway driving). We break down the categories of the G2 examiner sheet below and outline the grading […]
The G2 test is a notoriously difficult exam; in Ontario, more than 45% of students fail their G2 road test on the first attempt. Often, it can seem like you’re doing everything right, but luck just isn’t on your side! If you’ve recently taken your G2 test and failed, the next steps can be a […]
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