Trying to Pass Your BTT Test?


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Passing your Basic Theory Test is the first step in getting your driving license in Singapore.
Specifically we are
talking about motor cars Class 3 / 3A / 3C / 3CA.
Note: Class 3C / Class 3CA are new licenses issued by the Traffic Police effective 1st June 2015.
To make things simpler, regardless of any type of Class 3 you will have to clear your Basic Theory Test and Final Theory Test thought your Practical Driving Test differs in terms of the requirements of the type of Class 3 license you are taking.
No matter if you’re going for Manual or Auto (Class 3 / 3A / 3C / 3CA licenses), the Basic Theory Test (Exam) is held in various driving schools.
Note:
You can enroll as a school student for your basic theory test at CDC even though you wish to work with private driving instructors later. Actually we suggest you to sign up with the school when you are preparing for your Basic Theory Test.
Being a student, you’ll be able to take more mock (simulated) basic theory test tests 2-3 hours before the actual exam. This will greatly assist you in clearing your Basic Theory Test.
What to cover / learn in Basic Theory Test / Exam?
We
highly recommend you buy the Basic Theory of Driving – The Official Handbook from the school ( it comes as a package with the Final Theory Test handbook) when you book for your Basic Theory Test.
Areas:
Introduction to driving (in Singapore), different classes of driving licenses
Singapore Road Signs and Signals (you literally
should memorise all these)
Singapore Traffic Rules and Regulations (again just pure memorisation)
Code of Conduct on the road
Parts and Control of A Car (Basic)
And other nitty gritty details which we will not cover here.
After you clear your Basic Theory Test (you will get your results on the spot with a print out), your Basic Theory Test “Pass Results” stays with you for life.
This means, you can go on to do the next 2 steps (together if you want)
1.
Obtain a Provisional Driving License (PDL) – this allows you to learn practical lessons on the roads with a certified driving instructor. Without the PDL, you cannot book for your driving lessons
2. Book your Final Theory Test date.
You certainly need to clear your BTT Test Date before booking for your Final Theory Test Date.


After working on the Basic Theory Test (BTT) and Final Theory Test (FTT) for few months, we are proud with what we’ve put together and confident that we provides you with the most accurate information.

If you are thinking of getting a driving license,
join us and get started to work on your BTT test. We will help you clear your Basic Theory Test and Final Theory Test effortlessly.

Tips for Getting a Serviced Office in Singapore

Do you have an office for rent? Or you wish to rent an office in Singapore? You’ve arrived at just the right place! This article is just for you.

The companies who usually choose serviced office are:
1. Companies who just started up
2. Existing companies who’re in service industry (consulting services etc)
3. Big or established companies who want ad-hoc space for short term projects (and as such short-term office rental Singapore)
4. Companies who are transiting (moving from one office to another) and require temporary transition office
With regards to renting a serviced office Singapore, typically for slightly over $1000/month (Singapore dollars), you will get a small cozy office housing 1 to 3 person (in some non-CBD areas you can house as many as 4 or even more). Visit Singapore Land Authority website for more information.
serviced office
The services which you can expect (we can’t guarantee it here as it depends on the different service company) are:
1. Shared meeting room space for rent
Usually this is available in the form of a particular meeting room hours every month. Beyond this allocated quota, you will usually need to pay (a favored rate normally) on a per use or per hour basis. Check with your serviced office provider on this.
2. Shared receptionist space
This is a pretty common feature for most established serviced office providers. Having a shared receptionist front provides your company with a more professional image. Being a small company, your staff or yourself could possibly be away from office in many cases and having a shared receptionist space keeps the office functioning constantly with someone professional to take messages
3. Shared call answering services
Having someone to capture your customers’ incoming calls and route them to the various in charges inside the company projects a professional image. And if you’re away for a business trip (or holiday), having someone to take messages too is really a help
4. Errand Services
Sending mails, checking the mailboxes, arranging for courier consume precious time. And the administrative function is definitely important to your company’s success. The truth is, you are unable to be handling every one of the small issues personally. By outsourcing the non-core functions out, you get to focus more on your business. Most established service office providers provide concierge services, talk to them for details.
If you’re looking to rent a serviced office in Singapore, check out our comprehensive directory of serviced offices in Singapore now.