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5 hours ago, E.O. said:

congrats man!

would like to say thank you to everyone's tips. finally managed to clear lesson 3.2, went for 2 RCs and getting ready for circuit assesment. anyone did simulator recently? how is it like?

Did the riding simulator recently for Class 2 license, was abit nauseating during first session but instructor gave some tips - plant both feet on the floor instead of on the foot-pegs.

I think the riding/driving simulator is great for beginners (Class 2B) as it is about 50% similar to what you will experience on the roads and prepare you for it, but for the Class 2A and 2 learners.. We've already been on the road so it's more like a 'game'.

I usually book the riding simulator before/after my lesson so i don't have to make an extra trip.

I would love to do all 3 required sessions in 1 shot but the driving centre doesn't allow that - there has to be a 1 session gap between each session (at least for CDC).

Good luck for your simulator lesson!

P.S. Can't fail that lesson so don't worry too much, just go through the process and motion.

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On 8/23/2020 at 4:40 PM, wishforastar said:

The below is actually a post I put previously but I would like to make some edits because I cannot edit the previous post already (cos too long ago). After passing and getting the 2B licence after a few tries, I would like to share the techniques to clear the 5 courses in the SSDC circuit. Allow me to start from the beginning.

Turn on left signal. Check for traffic and check back and move off.

Check right (turn your head right) at the first turn of the circuit shortly after you just move off. Switch off signal change to 2nd gear and then on right signal to prepare to go slope.

1) Slope

U can actually go at normal speed (1st or 2nd gear if already on the move) to go up the slope. (Remember to check right first). If you have difficulty not able to properly go up while halfway up the slope, you can throttle up a slight bit (but I do not think this will happen as there should be enough power)  I have previously stated to accelerate just before turning right to go up the slope but this might cause wide turning.

Clutch in and brake and stop on the slope. Press on the foot brake so the bike does not roll backwards.

Open the throttle. Release the clutch until the sound of the engine goes down.

Maintain and hold the throttle and clutch. Check inwards and release foot brake.  Continue to maintain and hold the throttle and clutch. The bike will move up the slope. 

When the bike is about to go downslope on the other side, slowly release the clutch fully when the bike starts to go down the slope.

Just before the stop line, brake and clutch in to stop the bike.

Check traffic and check back and open throttle and release clutch to move off. Maintain and hold the throttle and clutch when it starts to move. When the bike goes halfway into the first lane, remember to check right first before turning.  Aim to move the bike to enter the centre / middle of the next lane. Remember to maintain and hold the throttle and clutch. There is no need to throttle more / release more clutch.

Continue to maintain and hold the throttle and clutch while moving from just now, after check right, turn right again and stop at the stop line , switch to left signal and get ready to do Figure 8.

 

2) Figure 8

Tip Check for incoming traffic by looking in front for any traffic first. This is to know if you need to stop at the exit at the end of the Figure 8. 

Open throttle a bit more and move off hard cos you'll need to lower your speed turning left and entering the small lane leading to the Figure 8 course. You are not supposed to press brake when turning. So after moving off , switch to second gear and check left before entering the small lane to go towards the Figure 8.

Once your bike is fully inside the small lane, switch off the signal.

Control the throttle as you are just about to enter the Figure 8 as you need to make a quite sharp turn just before you enter. Once you are in the Figure 8 , steady the bike first, then control the speed and maintain it throughout. For me, I would look a few metres in front on the ground. Just before entering the second half of the Figure 8 course, switch to right signal and remember to check for traffic first by looking up (move your head) near the end.

If there is traffic, stop after the dotted yellow line.

If no traffic, remember to check left after entering the short lane just before exiting the Figure 8 course.

After exiting Figure 8,  switch off signal and remember to go to 3rd gear while proceeding to Crank course.

Remember to check left first as there is a sharp left turn just before the crank course. Remember to slow down so that you can make the sharp turn well to stop before the dotted yellow line, and try to stop at the top right corner if possible. This is so that you have enough room to make the left turn comfortably when you enter the crank course.

 

3) Crank course

Open throttle a bit more and move off, press the clutch and kick to second gear but DO NOT release the clutch yet.

Once you enter the Crank course and steady the bike, SLOWLY release the clutch to engage second gear. If this is done correctly, there should be no loud engine sound and the bike will not stall.

Then, change to right signal. If you have done everything correctly til this point, you should be in the middle of the crank course.

Look up and check for traffic on the road in front, then as you turn the bike to the last part of the course, check for traffic on the left. Then turn your head to check for traffic on the right  just  before exiting.

If there is traffic, stop after the dotted yellow line.

If no traffic, remember to check right when your bike enters halfway in the first lane before turning right to the major road. You may want to throttle a bit when the bike is just exiting the course (if you are afraid the bike is too slow and stall) but you must be careful not to throttle too much or else you may be penalized.

Stop slightly to the left by stopping your bike about the tip of the white arrow pointing left at the T junction, just before stop line.

Check for traffic and remember to check left just before turning left. As you approach the box junction, remember to check traffic left and right (turn your head) 

Proceed further and change to the right lane before turning right (again, remember to check right first). 

Remember to check right again at the turn of the circuit (there are altogether 4 turns of the circuit) before reaching E brake course. 

 

4) E-brake

Check right before moving off.

Change to second gear early. Open throttle slightly to let the speed increase naturally. Glance (don't move your head down) at the lights and make sure the green colour light lights up. This green colour light lights up when the speed is about 30 km/h. 

Then, change to 3rd gear and maintain the throttle. Do not open the throttle too much. The speed should be around 31 to max 35km/h.

Look at the yellow line in front and do the E brake when the tyre touches the line.

Try to glance downwards to see when the front tyre touches the line, then your eyes should quickly look in front , CLOSE the throttle first and quickly apply both front and and rear brakes together and remember to straighten your arms at the same time. (or you will be penalized)

Remember to clutch in just before the engine stalls. Remember your eyes should look in front, not down.

Apply front brakes while changing back to gear 1.

Check both mirrors and turn on right signal.

Check back and move off.

Upon reaching the stop line, you need to give way to incoming vehicles from the left side.

Check traffic, check back and move off , remember to check right again just before entering the major road.

You should change to 3rd gear while proceeding to the narrow plank course.

Just before entering the narrow plank course, remember to turn on left signal and check left (to check for traffic coming out from the waiting area) and then check right (at the turn of the circuit).

Switch off signal once you enter the narrow plank area.

 

4) Narrow Plank

There are a few different techniques to do this course. For me, I use the more commonly used "half-clutch" technique.

Look straight far ahead maybe 500 m away.  For me , I would look at a tree that is very far away.

Turn throttle just slightly.

Release clutch slowly, just enough for the bike to move as this course need very slow speed. Maintain the throttle and clutch.

Once you move off, grip the tank with both legs. This is very important so that you can achieve a good balance on the plank.

Once you go up onto the plank, the bike will take a short while to lose speed and slow down. Then, I would steady the bike and start to balance. When I feel the bike is going to lose balance, I would quickly throttle a bit. I will repeat this until the end. Let the front wheel of the bike touch the ground at the end of the plank before you clutch in, because as you may know, whenever you clutch in, the bike will move forward fast. So in this way, you can still put in some bit of time even at the end. Not to worry, there is enough distance after the plank for you to clutch in and stop before the stop line. 

5) Pylon Slalom

Remember to move off straight first , accelerate, change to second gear and position the bike towards the right edge when approaching the yellow line beside the first cone so that you have enough room to go pass between the two cones.

Aim for the bike to go in the centre between each pair of cones.

For me, I would look at all the 3 cones as a whole unit.

So once I have cleared the first pair of cones, I would naturally quickly look ahead to repeat the same action on the other pairs of cones.

After you have cleared the pylon course, remember to signal right and check your mirror for oncoming traffic on the right side. 

If no traffic, check right just before going onto the major road.

If got traffic, stop just before the dotted white lines. 

Once you go onto the major road, switch off signal and check right (at the turn of the circuit) and then check right again at the next turn of the circuit, before going back to the waiting area. Remember to go to gear 1 and half-clutch as you go over the hump just as you enter the waiting area. And also look out for pedestrians at the zebra crossing inside the waiting area.

Good luck !

 

 

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23 hours ago, wishforastar said:

I finally passed and got my 2B licence !

I took the TP a few times already and was quite demoralized already .... and this time when I finished the circuit section I felt I did some big mistakes and was going to not make it again.. but in the end, i made it haha. I remembered reading one post in this forum someone tried many times also and got the licence so that gave me some motivation to press on...

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14 hours ago, wishforastar said:

I took the TP a few times already and was quite demoralized already .... and this time when I finished the circuit section I felt I did some big mistakes and was going to not make it again.. but in the end, i made it haha. I remembered reading one post in this forum someone tried many times also and got the licence so that gave me some motivation to press on...

1 yr later class 2A

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On 12/12/2020 at 6:31 AM, Pisces44 said:

1 yr later class 2A

So if we are going to go for Class 2A 1 year later, should we get a second hand 2B bike instead of first hand ? manual gear only?

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32 minutes ago, wishforastar said:

So if we are going to go for Class 2A 1 year later, should we get a second hand 2B bike instead of first hand ? manual gear only?

If you are moving on for class 2A bikes, it will be a good option for 2nd hand manual as you have the intention of upgrading to 2A bike after you pass. 

If under installment try not to drag to long.

Have a feel and pratices of manual transmission is always a good choice for clutch control, but all bikes have different biting point so familar with it will be beneficial later.

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21 minutes ago, JJBuBBle said:

If you are moving on for class 2A bikes, it will be a good option for 2nd hand manual as you have the intention of upgrading to 2A bike after you pass. 

If under installment try not to drag to long.

Have a feel and pratices of manual transmission is always a good choice for clutch control, but all bikes have different biting point so familar with it will be beneficial later.

Oh, I'm really a noob at bikes cos my original intention was just for overseas rental of bikes..

And looking at the current prices for bikes are like close to 10k ?? 

I don't need a bike for daily commuting, perhaps renting a bike ? again I'm a noob here.. any advise where to rent a bike ?

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1 hour ago, wishforastar said:

Oh, I'm really a noob at bikes cos my original intention was just for overseas rental of bikes..

And looking at the current prices for bikes are like close to 10k ?? 

I don't need a bike for daily commuting, perhaps renting a bike ? again I'm a noob here.. any advise where to rent a bike ?

Probation plate rental, I know its not popular for rental but there are still someone out there that do it just that the deposit and insurance coverage will be higher.

Daily rental will be around $50/ day depend on bike type. Unless you are on long lease terms.

Rental company you can check out carousell. 

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12 hours ago, wishforastar said:

So if we are going to go for Class 2A 1 year later, should we get a second hand 2B bike instead of first hand ? manual gear only?

This is what majority of the people do.

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2 hours ago, cajunx said:

Any tips to get earlier practical test? Most have to wait 2 week plus. I lucky get on the day itself after orientation at night?

Not Sure what do you mean by this "I lucky get on the day itself after orientation at night"
During orientation, instructor will give tips on how to get your TP Test fast but I believe there are stage you need to clear before you can start booking for next level.  You can also check with the centre CSO if you can pre book.

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So after my orientation today morning i try to book for practical 1 for class 2b but earliest is jan 3th at ssdc but luckily i waited noon and i saw someone sell their slot at night same day,  For you guys is practical 1 class 2b must wait more than 2 weeks when you guys book it during covid? Now if i bought on 3rd jan i cannot see if other will sell it last minutes thats why wondering if can be lucky again.

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10 hours ago, cajunx said:

So after my orientation today morning i try to book for practical 1 for class 2b but earliest is jan 3th at ssdc but luckily i waited noon and i saw someone sell their slot at night same day,  For you guys is practical 1 class 2b must wait more than 2 weeks when you guys book it during covid? Now if i bought on 3rd jan i cannot see if other will sell it last minutes thats why wondering if can be lucky again.

For SSDC, the normal waiting time is about 2 weeks to see free slots to book lessons. The person can "try sell" his lesson if last minute he cannot make it. So this will depend on luck and u have to check regularly to see if someone cannot make it last minute and you want to have your lesson earlier.

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The below is actually a post I put previously but I would like to make some edits because I cannot edit the previous post already (cos too long ago). After passing and getting the 2B licence after a few tries, I would like to share the techniques to clear the 5 courses in the SSDC circuit.

I would like to also include some tips of Road riding, which is the second section of the TP test.

Allow me to start from the beginning.

Turn on left signal. Check for traffic and check back and move off.

Check right (turn your head right) at the first turn of the circuit shortly after you just move off. Switch off signal change to 2nd gear and then on right signal to prepare to go slope.

1) Slope

U can actually go at normal speed (1st or 2nd gear if already on the move) to go up the slope. (Remember to check right first). If you have difficulty not able to properly go up while halfway up the slope, you can throttle up a slight bit (but I do not think this will happen as there should be enough power)  I have previously stated to accelerate just before turning right to go up the slope but this might cause wide turning.

Clutch in and brake and stop on the slope. Press on the foot brake so the bike does not roll backwards.

Open the throttle. Release the clutch until the sound of the engine goes down.

Maintain and hold the throttle and clutch. Check inwards and release foot brake.  Continue to maintain and hold the throttle and clutch. The bike will move up the slope. 

When the bike is about to go downslope on the other side, slowly release the clutch fully when the bike starts to go down the slope.

Just before the stop line, brake and clutch in to stop the bike.

Check traffic and check back and open throttle and release clutch to move off. Maintain and hold the throttle and clutch when it starts to move. When the bike goes halfway into the first lane, remember to check right first before turning.  Aim to move the bike to enter the centre / middle of the next lane. Remember to maintain and hold the throttle and clutch. There is no need to throttle more / release more clutch.

Continue to maintain and hold the throttle and clutch while moving from just now, after check right, turn right again and stop at the stop line , switch to left signal and get ready to do Figure 8.

 

2) Figure 8

Tip Check for incoming traffic by looking in front for any traffic first. This is to know if you need to stop at the exit at the end of the Figure 8. 

Open throttle a bit more and move off hard cos you'll need to lower your speed turning left and entering the small lane leading to the Figure 8 course. You are not supposed to press brake when turning. So after moving off , switch to second gear and check left before entering the small lane to go towards the Figure 8.

Once your bike is fully inside the small lane, switch off the signal.

Control the throttle as you are just about to enter the Figure 8 as you need to make a quite sharp turn just before you enter. Once you are in the Figure 8 , steady the bike first, then control the speed and maintain it throughout. For me, I would look a few metres in front on the ground. Just before entering the second half of the Figure 8 course, switch to right signal and remember to check for traffic first by looking up (move your head) near the end.

If there is traffic, stop after the dotted yellow line.

If no traffic, remember to check left after entering the short lane just before exiting the Figure 8 course.

After exiting Figure 8,  switch off signal and remember to go to 3rd gear while proceeding to Crank course.

Remember to check left first as there is a sharp left turn just before the crank course. Remember to slow down so that you can make the sharp turn well to stop before the dotted yellow line, and try to stop at the top right corner if possible. This is so that you have enough room to make the left turn comfortably when you enter the crank course.

 

3) Crank course

Open throttle a bit more and move off, press the clutch and kick to second gear but DO NOT release the clutch yet.

Once you enter the Crank course and steady the bike, SLOWLY release the clutch to engage second gear. If this is done correctly, there should be no loud engine sound and the bike will not stall.

Then, change to right signal. If you have done everything correctly til this point, you should be in the middle of the crank course.

Look up and check for traffic on the road in front, then as you turn the bike to the last part of the course, check for traffic on the left. Then turn your head to check for traffic on the right  just  before exiting.

If there is traffic, stop after the dotted yellow line.

If no traffic, remember to check right when your bike enters halfway in the first lane before turning right to the major road. You may want to throttle a bit when the bike is just exiting the course (if you are afraid the bike is too slow and stall) but you must be careful not to throttle too much or else you may be penalized.

Stop slightly to the left by stopping your bike about the tip of the white arrow pointing left at the T junction, just before stop line.

Check for traffic and remember to check left just before turning left. As you approach the box junction, remember to check traffic left and right (turn your head) 

Proceed further and change to the right lane before turning right (again, remember to check right first). 

Remember to check right again at the turn of the circuit (there are altogether 4 turns of the circuit) before reaching E brake course. 

 

4) E-brake

Check right before moving off.

Change to second gear early. Open throttle slightly to let the speed increase naturally. Glance (don't move your head down) at the lights and make sure the green colour light lights up. This green colour light lights up when the speed is about 30 km/h. 

Then, change to 3rd gear and maintain the throttle. Do not open the throttle too much. The speed should be around 31 to max 35km/h.

Look at the yellow line in front and do the E brake when the tyre touches the line.

Try to glance downwards to see when the front tyre touches the line, then your eyes should quickly look in front , CLOSE the throttle first and quickly apply both front and and rear brakes together and remember to straighten your arms at the same time. (or you will be penalized)

Remember to clutch in just before the engine stalls. Remember your eyes should look in front, not down.

Apply front brakes while changing back to gear 1.

Check both mirrors and turn on right signal.

Check back and move off.

Upon reaching the stop line, you need to give way to incoming vehicles from the left side.

Check traffic, check back and move off , remember to check right again just before entering the major road.

You should change to 3rd gear while proceeding to the narrow plank course.

Just before entering the narrow plank course, remember to turn on left signal and check left (to check for traffic coming out from the waiting area) and then check right (at the turn of the circuit).

Switch off signal once you enter the narrow plank area.

 

4) Narrow Plank

There are a few different techniques to do this course. For me, I use the more commonly used "half-clutch" technique.

Look straight far ahead maybe 500 m away.  For me , I would look at a tree that is very far away.

Turn throttle just slightly.

Release clutch slowly, just enough for the bike to move as this course need very slow speed. Maintain the throttle and clutch.

Once you move off, grip the tank with both legs. This is very important so that you can achieve a good balance on the plank.

Once you go up onto the plank, the bike will take a short while to lose speed and slow down. Then, I would steady the bike and start to balance. When I feel the bike is going to lose balance, I would quickly throttle a bit. I will repeat this until the end. Let the front wheel of the bike touch the ground at the end of the plank before you clutch in, because as you may know, whenever you clutch in, the bike will move forward fast. So in this way, you can still put in some bit of time even at the end. Not to worry, there is enough distance after the plank for you to clutch in and stop before the stop line. 

5) Pylon Slalom

Remember to move off straight first , accelerate, change to second gear and position the bike towards the right edge when approaching the yellow line beside the first cone so that you have enough room to go pass between the two cones.

Aim for the bike to go in the centre between each pair of cones.

For me, I would look at all the 3 cones as a whole unit.

So once I have cleared the first pair of cones, I would naturally quickly look ahead to repeat the same action on the other pairs of cones.

After you have cleared the pylon course, remember to signal right and check your mirror for oncoming traffic on the right side. 

If no traffic, check right just before going onto the major road.

If got traffic, stop just before the dotted white lines. 

Once you go onto the major road, switch off signal and check right (at the turn of the circuit) and then check right again at the next turn of the circuit, before going back to the waiting area. Remember to go to gear 1 and half-clutch as you go over the hump just as you enter the waiting area. And also look out for pedestrians at the zebra crossing inside the waiting area.

Good luck !

Road Riding (2nd part of TP test)

If you manage to "survive" the circuit section, the TP testers will allow you to go for the road riding section.

1) Turning 

Before you move off, always check traffic first (turn your head left & right) and check back.

At the slope just after coming out of SSDC, you need to check inwards before moving off. 

Every time after you have moved off, remember to check left / right just before you make the left / right turn.

At the box junctions, you need to check back left cos there is a kerb on your right side and you are turning right. 

2) Changing lane

You would be riding in the centre of the lane, on the body of the arrow. 

Signal left / right first.

Then, check mirror and blind spot.

If traffic is clear, move towards the edge of the lane, just beside the white dotted lines.

Check mirror and blind spot again, then slowly enter the next lane. This is to avoid any "abrupt lane changing".

3) U-turn

If you are already moving , u need to slow down and change to 2nd gear.

When the handle bar is about in line with the edge of the kerb, check right, then perform the U turn. You can maintain the speed and be able to U turn into the centre of the next lane. Remember to look up (not down) and in front at the next lane that you are turning into.

Signal left after the whole bike enters the next lane, cos you will need to change to the left lane, but remember you can only change after the zebra crossing zig zag line. 

4) Zebra crossings

Just before entering the filter lane leading to the zebra crossing, check left (for oncoming pedestrians/ cyclists/ PMD riders) , slow down and change to 2nd gear as you are near to zebra crossing, turn your head left and right to check for pedestrians / cyclists / PMD riders, after you have gone past the zebra crossing, check for traffic.

Remember to check left just before you cross the dashed give way lines to go onto the main road.

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15 hours ago, cajunx said:

So after my orientation today morning i try to book for practical 1 for class 2b but earliest is jan 3th at ssdc but luckily i waited noon and i saw someone sell their slot at night same day,  For you guys is practical 1 class 2b must wait more than 2 weeks when you guys book it during covid? Now if i bought on 3rd jan i cannot see if other will sell it last minutes thats why wondering if can be lucky again.

now CB over.. all clearing the test date.. if u can get within 2 weeks is amazing.. i see TP test date all 3 months away leh.

u can see this link to see when is the next test date. ssdc can book test immediately upon registration? CDC u have to finish all the lessons first..... 

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4 hours ago, Xmaxer said:

@wishforastar wont quote ur whole post as it is super long but that's very very helpful to any newbie riders looking to get their 2b license.. thanx for posting that. so when u going for 2a/2? finish it all!!

My intention is actually to use the licence to rent bike overseas, not really for riding in SG. So i dun think i will go further.

2B is really a long journey for me.. I think the TP test is also super strict. 

Just curious, my previous unsuccessful TP all got points for those circuit courses with timing but the one i passed did not get.

Anyone passed TP but got points for those courses with timing? 

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On 12/16/2020 at 1:32 AM, cajunx said:

So after my orientation today morning i try to book for practical 1 for class 2b but earliest is jan 3th at ssdc but luckily i waited noon and i saw someone sell their slot at night same day,  For you guys is practical 1 class 2b must wait more than 2 weeks when you guys book it during covid? Now if i bought on 3rd jan i cannot see if other will sell it last minutes thats why wondering if can be lucky again.

Wow .... i didn't know  the waiting queue for slot is so long now .... imagine every lesson u need 2 weeks to get the next slot.  It is not every lesson u can clear at 1 go & will need to repeat.

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15 hours ago, Pisces44 said:

Wow .... i didn't know  the waiting queue for slot is so long now .... imagine every lesson u need 2 weeks to get the next slot.  It is not every lesson u can clear at 1 go & will need to repeat.

Actually a good statistics that the driving centres can share would be how long on average a student takes to go from enrolment of Class 2B right up till getting the actual license after passing the TP test.

And also on average how many tries is needed to pass the TP test.

I think currently they only show the % of passing student per test.

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On 12/18/2020 at 3:31 PM, SB said:

Actually a good statistics that the driving centres can share would be how long on average a student takes to go from enrolment of Class 2B right up till getting the actual license after passing the TP test.

And also on average how many tries is needed to pass the TP test.

I think currently they only show the % of passing student per test.

From enrolment to obtaining Class 2 B, there are many factors to determine the duration.

Some factors within the learner's control, some within the school's control and also factors not within the school or the learner's control de.

For me, I got my 2b in 2017 within 3 mths which I thought was already damn fast (i reported to SSDC at least 3-5 times a week for various lessons and/or RRs/CRs.

My Ride History:

 

[KTM Duke 200] - 2017/06 - 2018/06

[Piaggio MP3 125] - 2017/12 - 2018/07

[suzuki DRZ 400 SM] - 2018/07 - 2019/04

[suzuki Boulevard 400] - 2018/07 - 2019/06

[Honda CB400X] - 2018/10 - 2020/10

[KTM Duke 390] - 2019/07 - 2020/09

[Aprilia Caponord] - 2020/10-

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35 minutes ago, Bikeninja said:

From enrolment to obtaining Class 2 B, there are many factors to determine the duration.

Some factors within the learner's control, some within the school's control and also factors not within the school or the learner's control de.

For me, I got my 2b in 2017 within 3 mths which I thought was already damn fast (i reported to SSDC at least 3-5 times a week for various lessons and/or RRs/CRs.

Holy crap 3 months is really quick for 2B. What about your 2A and 2 licenses? I've heard of people getting those within 1-2 months but it was back then when slots were more readily available.

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On 12/28/2020 at 4:41 PM, laviz said:

anyone taking class 2A/2 how is the lesson frequency like? 

3 lessons. 3rd lesson is evaluation.  1TP. everything same as 2B except there is bumpy cos(timing required)

all test inside circuit. test route for 2A in circuit slight different from 2B. different between 2A & 2 is 2 need to push the dummy bike in fig 8 form. timing also different. 

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