Although the ADI Part 2 marking sheet has gone digital - The examiner simply marks it on their Ipad. On the ADI Part 2 exam the examiner will mark your driving faults on the test report form ADI25. The system of marking is very similar to that for the L test, except that the assessment of faults is to a higher standard.
On the ADI Part 2 training Telford A relatively minor error is regarded as a driving fault, If you have a maximum of six driving faults and no serious or dangerous faults – during a drive of about 60 minutes – you will pass the ADI Part 2 exam.
With seven or more driving faults or with any single serious or dangerous fault you will fail.
In contrast, on the learner test, candidates are allowed a maximum of 15 driving faults and no serious or dangerous faults.
The manoeuvres for the ADI Part 2 exam are exactly the same as those for the learner driving test. The only difference is that the Examiner will want to see a much higher standard of skill than required for a learner test.
The result is given to you at the end of the test.