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  2. United Kingdom driving test - Wikipedia

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    The Eyesight Test; Show Me, Tell Me Questions; Driving Faults (including examiner intervention) Test Length (40 minutes) The independent driving portion of the test will last approximately 30 minutes and, unlike GB, will never make use of a SatNav. All candidates will be required to follow road signs and/or verbal directions given by the examiner.

  3. Driving licence in Norway - Wikipedia

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    The student must answer all questions and 85% of correct answers (up to seven wrong answers) will pass this test. After this test is passed, the student must pass the practical test within three years after completion, or the student must retake the test. If the student fails the test, they must wait two weeks before retaking the test.

  4. Standardized test - Wikipedia

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    The teacher goes around the room and asks each student a different question. Some questions are harder than others. Driving Practical skills Each driving student is asked to do the same things, and they are all evaluated by the same standards. Some driving students have to drive on a highway, but others only have to drive slowly around the block.

  5. Tesla Autopilot - Wikipedia

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    Tesla Autopilot is a suite of advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) features offered by Tesla that amounts to SAE International Level 2 vehicle automation. Its features are lane centering, traffic-aware cruise control, automatic lane changes, semi-autonomous navigation on limited access freeways, self-parking, and the ability to summon the car from a garage or parking spot.

  6. Intelligence analysis - Wikipedia

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    Intelligence analysis is the application of individual and collective cognitive methods to weigh data and test hypotheses within a secret socio-cultural context. The descriptions are drawn from what may only be available in the form of deliberately deceptive information; the analyst must correlate the similarities among deceptions and extract a common truth.

  7. Ebook - Wikipedia

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    An ebook (short for electronic book), also known as an e-book or eBook, is a book publication made available in digital form, consisting of text, images, or both, readable on the flat-panel display of computers or other electronic devices.

  8. Big Five personality traits - Wikipedia

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    The Big Five personality traits have been assessed in some non-human species but methodology is debatable. In one series of studies, human ratings of chimpanzees using the Hominoid Personality Questionnaire, revealed factors of extraversion, conscientiousness and agreeableness – as well as an additional factor of dominance – across hundreds of chimpanzees in zoological parks, a large ...

  9. E - Wikipedia

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    E, or e, is the fifth letter and the second vowel letter in the modern English alphabet and the ISO basic Latin alphabet.Its name in English is e (pronounced / ˈ iː /); plural ees, Es or E's.