Reverse Bay Parking
There are several ways to do this. I find to the left easier and more convenient, due to driving on this side road/isle in the car park.
Using reference points to begin with can help make this manoeuvre very simple.
First off, try to align some part of the wiper blade with the ends of the bays on your left. Something memorable just left of centre is good. The purpose of this is to help align yourself and be perpendicular with the bays and to give yourself a good clearance distance of a meter. The last thing we want is cutting tops of bays as we go in as this could result in crunching parked vehicles.
Once this has been done stop. Prepare, observe and start coming backwards until the first line you come to is visible in the corner of the passenger side window. Stop.
We're about to turn sharply, so make sure your observation now is decent and if safe, get the car moving and turn the wheel full lock to the left.
The car will swing backwards into the bay. Make sure you go slow enough so you can quickly take the turn off when parallel with the bay markings on the floor.
Once in and parallel. Stop and apply the hand brake. You'll be asked by the examiner to then leave the car park. Take note of any potential one way systems and where the exit is.
The POM and leave safely and slowly.