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16 September

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A: I'm going to a driving school.
B: You are? When do you get your license?

Is there any difference in nuance among "When will you get your license?", "when are you getting your license" and "when do you get your license?"

The last sentence ("when do you get your license?") seems to imply there must be much more possibility of making it than the others, so is suitable for this situation, I wonder. (It's quite easy to get a driving license. Anyone has a nearly 100% chance of making it.)

Is my understanding correct?

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