Don't be one of those people that vows to never again reverse stall park after they pass the exam. If you continue to back into parking stalls you will be surprised how quickly your backing skills will improve. On top of the fact that it is far safer to pull forward into a busy parking lot. When two cars are involved in a crash, one is in reverse, one is in drive....the vehicle that is in reverse will be at fault in the majority if not all incidents
Check the mirror then indicate in the direction of the stall of your choice and stop the car in front of it.
Check the mirror again, signal and shoulder check (away from the stall) and then roll the car out to approx. 45-degree angle.
Check in the right-hand side mirror (stall on right) to find your stall.....(stall on left) turn to the left and look back directly at it. This is to see if you have gone out far enough.
If you have rolled far enough to be able to get into the stall, put the car in reverse, do the 360-degree check and guide yourself back into the stall, adjusting your position as required.
Into park and apply the handbrake. You are complete!