Just a quick question.
I'm doing my DSC1 next month and have just been revising the safety test bit. Am I right in thinking that the test is a conversation of sorts, where you have to mention the points in the safety questions sheet. Or, do you simply have to recite the answers when you're asked the questions? It's just I know the stuff, or seem to, but sometimes I miss the really obvious stuff like "don't go hill stalking in winter in shorts and a t-shirt" (i.e. preparation for hill stalk includes choosing appropriate warm, waterproof clothing). It's so obvious as to be fatuous, but I'm worried I'm going to trip up on those questions because I won't think of the stupidly obvious things as well as the more "normal" considerations that one would actually expend conscious effort thinking about.
Not trying to say I'm better than anyone else, but if I fail it this will be how - I just don't seem to think in a stepwise fashion.