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Investigating the relationship between the number of lessons taken prior to the test, and the number of mistakes made in the driving test itself.
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I will be investigating the relationship between the number of lessons taken prior to the test, and the number of mistakes made in the driving test itself. I will then use this information in order to determine which instructor is the best, depending on the number of lessons needed for the person to obtain the least mistakes in order to pass.
But the other factors affect these results, such as the following
* Time of day the test was taken - times such as the rush hour in the morning or evening could affect the number of mistakes
* Gender of the driver - one sex maybe better at driving than the other, because they can concentrate better etc.
* Day of the week - on Fridays there maybe a lot of traffic because people want to get home, or Monday mornings there might be a lot more drivers traveling to work than any other morning for example.
* Weather - this could affect the test profoundly, but there was no data on this factor so I will not be analyzing this factor.
I will be investigating these factors
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