That something is the devious nature of tests in Warsaw - a milieu which features lots of former SB officers, by the way.
Rubbish. I know plenty that have passed, and the fact that you're associating the WORD with the SB says that it's just another far-fetched conspiracy theory. Yes, it's difficult. Yes, you have to actually study (as opposed to memorising questions like in the UK test). Isn't that a good thing that people actually have to know the rules of the road?
If someone can't pass after 6 attempts, then they're clearly not fit to be on the road.
A classic happened today, when a friend refused to overtake when ordered to by the examiner ... as the car in front was doing 50 in a 50 zone. See the trap?
Bollocks. If it was true, then as all tests are filmed using 4 cameras (along with speed and other information) and a microphone, they could simply ask for a copy and the examiner would be in a world of trouble.
Is there no end to your PiS-approved fantasies?
Speaking of which, if they were doing 50 in a 50 zone, they were risking failing on that point alone. Any competent instructor will tell you that 50 is the limit, not the target, and that you should aim for around 45, but not slower than 42 and not more than 48.