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A slang phrase referring to the assessment of discharge suitability criteria for a particular patient by testing arousal, level of self-sufficiency, cerebellar function—gait, ataxia, ambulation, and ability to understand discharge instructions
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OUTDATED The driving test currently sat by learner drivers
Chief executive of Sight Care, Paul Surridge, said: "The figures show that the sight test we all have to take when trying to pass a driving test is really just the beginning.
The young actress can be seen holding up the paper of her "Practical Driving Test Pass Certificate.
safety, explained: "To some extent this data shows that the driving test is doing its job by failing people who are not yet ready to gain a full driving licence.
Andy Rice, the Driving Standards Agency's head of fraud, said: "This sentence sends a clear message that driving test fraud is a serious offence and will be dealt with accordingly.
Under current legislation learners whose first language isn't English can use an interpreter on both the theory and practical driving tests.
The MD Practice Driving Test app generates a random series of questions and allows users to repeat the test as often as they like.
8 million driving test questions have been answered spanning 12 countries, 112 states and provinces, and 278 tests for cars, motorcycles, trucks and buses.
The DSA's head of fraud and integrity, Andy Rice, said: "The driving test is there to ensure that all drivers have the skills and knowledge to use the roads safely and responsibly.
The decisions, approved by the prime minister, include making the driving test more difficult for applicants.
But Chloe Knapton passed her driving test on the 11th day, of the 11th month of 2011 - at 11.
The driving test centre in Dock View Road, Barry, was closed in March last year despite widespread opposition from driving instructors, learners and local politicians.

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