When to Begin: Prep 3 is a 3 hour prerequisite for Class 3 and it affects what is done during the Class. Throughout the week before your Class 3, space your Prep 3 time as shown below.
 
 
STEP 1: Watch this clip illustrating the importance of "focus", then approach Prep 3 as a "focus exercise" and impeccably follow all of the directions.
 
 
STEP 2: Get a stopwatch to track the multi-day time you spend on Prep 3.
 
 
STEP 3: Type your full name followed by "Prep3" in the subject line of a blank email and send it to the email at the top of this page.
 
 
STEP 4: Review the course information in the boxes below:
 
Parts 1-2-3: The Course consists of 3 Parts. Each Part has a Class Prep (3 hours online), a Class (3 hours onsite), and a Follow-up that is determined by your Prep and Class work. Each Prep is a prerequisite for its Class and it affects what is explored during that Class. Because each Prep evolves, it needs to be done throughout the week before its Class.
 
Photo Records: Each time that you hand in coursework, take a photo of your work beside the class attendance sheet for the hand-in day. Keep all of your photo records for 1 year.
 
Outdoor Activities: Each Class has many outdoor activities (even if it is raining or cold). Before coming to each Class, check the hourly weather forecast and bring an umbrella if there is any chance of rain. If there's any chance that you will feel cold outdoors, wear a warm jacket.
 
Missed Activities: The course includes a seat reservation for 3 Classes. If you are absent for any Class activities, you can return to future Classes and stand by to see if someone with a reservation doesn't attend; however, when you are standby, you may not have enough time to complete the required Class activities within ICBC's one year time limit for GLP Courses.
 
ICBC Course Document: If you complete Parts 1-2-3 and the car Lessons within 1 year, you will receive an ICBC Course Document for two Grade 11 credits. If you give the document to ICBC before the start of your first road test, your N-stage time requirement will be reduced by 6 months if you have no driving prohibitions, driving violations with demerit points, or at-fault crashes while you are an N-driver.
 
 
 
STEP 5: Do the following to print the current worksheet (don't print screenshot) and use a black or blue pen when you begin writing on it in Step 6:
a) Clear your browser history and refresh this webpage.
b) Right-click image below on a PC, or Control-click on a Mac.
c) Select "Save Image As..." and choose location to save image.
d) Select "Save".
e) Open saved image and print it on letter size paper.
 
 
 
 
STEP 6: Go to redredredred.red and redo the Colors Exercise, then print your full name and color (different than Prep 1 and Prep 2) on the sheet. During the course, the eyewitness dynamics of the Exercise will be discussed.
 
 
STEP 7: Find a driver who has been in a crash while sitting in the driver's seat and ensure they have never been interviewed by you (for another Class Prep) or anyone else (for their Class Prep).
At the bottom of your sheet, describe your interviewed driver's crash and draw a diagram of the crash scene. Refer to each vehicle as a letter (see example below) and use "A" for the driver you interviewed.
Ask the driver to go to redredredred.red and do the Colors Exercise, then write their color after the crash description.
 
 
 
 
STEP 8: Remember this definition of an X-Fact: "It's a fact that's new for you; or in other words, you have no memory of previously encountering the fact."
 
 
STEP 9: Read each File and the Motor Vehicle Act Sections linked in it:
> If a File-Sections contain any X-Facts, write "X" above File's # on sheet.
> If a File-Sections don't contain any X-Facts, write "O" above File's #.
> If you want to discuss something during a class, note it on back of sheet.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
STEP 10: Skim the ICBC Manual from Chapter 8 to the back cover.
 
 
 
 
STEP 11: Read each Page in these Chapters of the ICBC Manual:
> If a Page contains any X-Facts, write "X" above Page's # on worksheet.
> If a Page doesn't contain any X-Facts, write "O" above Page's # on sheet.
> If you want to discuss something during a class, note it on back of sheet.
 
 
 
 
 
STEP 12: Watch the time span specified below each Clip:
> If a Clip contains any X-Facts, write "X" above Clip's # on worksheet.
> If a Clip doesn't contain any X-Facts, write "O" above Clip's # on sheet.
> If you want to discuss something during a class, note it on back of sheet.
 
 
 
 
 
STEP 13: Read each Unit:
> If a Unit contains any X-Facts, write "X" above Unit's # on worksheet.
> If a Unit doesn't contain any X-Facts, write "O" above Unit's # on sheet.
> If you want to discuss something during a class, note it on back of sheet.
 
 
 
 
 
STEP 14: Read each Set:
> If a Set contains any X-Facts, write "X" above Set's # on worksheet.
> If a Set doesn't contain any X-Facts, write "O" above Set's # on sheet.
> If you want to discuss something during a class, note it on back of sheet.
 
 
 
 
 
STEP 15: Follow the directions posted with the Tasks and Topics. Do this until your stopwatch shows you have spent at least 3 hours on Prep 3.
 
 
 
 
STEP 16: Bring A-B-C to your Class 3:
A > Properly completed worksheet
B > Phone for its camera and browser
C > Umbrella or warm jacket depending on weather possibilities
 
 
 
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