4. Your standards check result
You’ll get your grade, along with your completed standards check form at the end of your standards check.
|0-30||Fail||Your performance is unsatisfactory|
|31-42||Grade B||You’ll stay on the approved driving instructors (ADI) register|
|43-51||Grade A||You have shown a high standard of instruction and you’ll stay on the ADI register|
You’ll automatically fail if:
- you get a score of 7 or less in the ‘risk management’ category
- the examiner stops the lesson because you’ve put yourself or someone else in danger
If you fail the standards check
You’ll have up to 2 more attempts to pass the standards check.
If you fail 3 times:
- you’ll be removed from the approved driving instructors (ADI) register
- you’ll have to retake the ADI tests to join the ADI register again
Complain about your standards check
Complain to the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency if you’re not happy about the way your standards check was carried out.
Appeal your standards check
You can appeal if you think your examiner didn’t follow the regulations when they carried out your standards check.
Your result can’t be changed, but you might be able to take another standards check if your appeal is successful.
You have to appeal to a magistrate’s court or sheriff’s court.
You must appeal to a:
- magistrate’s court within 6 months if you took your test in England or Wales
- sheriff’s court within 21 days if you took your test in Scotland