Q&A - Prohibition Review
So I recently got my letter from the superintendent informing me of my unsatisfactory driving record, and that I will be prohibited from driving for 3 months. My first speeding ticket was on April 28th 2014 going 70~km/h in a 60km zone and my second was on Dec 24th, 2014. For my second ticket I was caught going 89km/h in a 50km zone. My 2nd ticket was almost an excessive speed but the area before the 50km zone is a 70km zone with a small transition in between, I wasn't aware of where the transition ended; however, I know I should've been slowed down way before the transition anyways.
Anyways, I could've taken my Class 5 test March 30th (Just TWO months away) but my prohibiton letter arrived today(January 26th) and is for 3 months. Since I have my N I understand that I will have to restart my 2 years of driving without a prohibiton. However, I was wondering what my chances would be if I applied for a review to get it lifted. I'm currently a full time college student who works part time on the weekends. My job requires me to drive and if I can't drive then I cannot work. I NEED to work as much as I can so that I can pay for my schooling and cannot afford to lose out on 3 months of work.
If I had realized sooner I would've disputed my second ticket since disputing takes a long time to get resolved and I would've been able to take my class 5 test before it would've been dealt with. But I didn't and now must consider applying for a review.
I just want to know what my chances of getting a 3month prohibiton revoked for an N driver is, because it costs $100 to send in an application and I don't want to spend the money if my chances are low. If there is a good chance I could get it lifted what kind of information should I include that would increase my odds?