I find it curious when people say you have to drive to "pass the test". What does that mean exactly? I own a manual car in the US, I still reverse around corners and into parking bays. I still drive with both hands at the wheel and run the wheel through as I was taught.
It means you have to do certain things at certain times, when they expect you to do them.
I doubt the test has changed that much since you took yours (I did mine in 2001 and I don't think it's much different now), so it would just be a case of refreshing your memory on exactly how they expect you to do everything.
For example, things like:
- when you check your mirrors
- how often you check the mirrors
- how much you move your head when you check them (i.e. so that it's obvious you're doing it).
- the speed you go when you reverse around a corner
- how much you turn the steering wheel when you do it (by how many degrees of a circle)
- when during the manoeuvre you turn the wheel
- how many inches you are away from the curb as you reverse.
- the timing of when you put your turn signal on
- when you should use the handbrake and when you shouldn't
- the speed you should be going at when you change gear
- which gear you should be in at which speed
- where in the road you should be when you go around a roundabout
- the position of your car in the road when you turn left or turn right