Below is one of the adi part 3 test Pst sheets from one of my previous clients.
Its important to understand the marking sheet?
Some sections are more important than others
The minimum pass marks are 4 or above in both phase 1 & phase 2
many trainee instructors struggle with adi part 3 training and therefore the exam,so it makes sense to be 100% ready before you attempt the exam.
•I will accompany on your ADI part 3 test if you wish
I wouldn't let you go for a part 3 test that I didnt believe you could pass. Having your trainer with is very important as they give you extended feedback and structure any future training to help overcome any instructional weakness.
•Have you been told or read that ADI part 3 test is difficult?
Many potential driving instructors are taught from the beginning that adi part 3 is a hard exam with a small pass rate,.The pass rate is low, however if you are taught correctly adi part 3 is demanding but a straight forward exam. I will train you on how to become a good instructor so you feel confident to pass your part 3 and your check test.(Adi check test training page here)
First off all I would like to thank Adam for giving me excellent training for becoming an ADI ! . I was given Adams number by another instructor she told me he was good but she was wrong he is actullay AMAZING.
His teaching method is very educational with lots of information not only does he teach you how to pass the exams but also teaches you how to become an excellent driving instructor for life .
He is also very easy to communicate and very flexible always managed to fit me with the times I wanted.
I would fully recommend his training to all ADI's overall top bloke value for money and EXCELLENT trainer Thanks!!
Ishtiaq Siddique DSA ADI
I can give you the advice and support you need to help you through your ADI part 3 test,why not give me a call on 07904057855 or go to my contact page.
If you are local(within 12 miles) to me I can meet you for a adi part 3 training free assessment session(if your further away there may be a charge for this)
•Perhaps you have already done some adi part 3 training or maybe failed a test already? I can get you back on track,I regulary sit in adi part 3 tests and know whats required.
•I can identify your strengths and what you understanding of the exam is.
•I will give you an honest opinion of what areas need working on.
•I will send you a detailed report by email to help you prepare further and join you on your test if required.
•If wouldn't tell you to go for a test unless I believe you will pass it.
please contact me and we can discuss your plans
• You must be flexible in your approach to the exam and roleplay and its purpose for this exam.
No two tests can ever be the same so you must act on what is happening at the time,just the same as when you are driving,every journey holds different challenges even on a familiar route.
•You must know what you are talking about AND show it!
During the part 3 test the examiner will use their skill and expertise to draw out knowledge from you about the subject you are teaching.You must adapt to this and show you have learnt more than just the 10 PST's.
• You must be well trained in the various instructional techniques required.
Many PDI's are far too rigid in their instruction believing the way they have been taught is the only way it can be done,sometimes insisting on pointless and unneccsary routines that have a negative effect on the lesson.
Understanding how to approach the part 3 lesson' is vital to success, you must know how to teach a real driving lesson and then adapt your instructional techniques to suit an adi part 3 lesson.
• Pay close attention to your level of instruction.
You must have a clear understanding of how to adapt you instruction at the pace of a short adi part 3 role play exam.
• Teach your 'pupil' the lesson(pst) that has been choosen,avoid slipping into the trap of thinking you need to instruct through every part of the pupils driving.
For example if you have pst 7 phase 1 -'approaching junctions to turn left and right'then teach this, dont concern yourself too much with how the examiner,for example does at emerging from T junctions on a adi part 3 as its not relevant to thid particular pst.
• Deal with all faults using the core compentencies to the best of your ability.
Which of the core competencies do you feel that you understand most? Do you understand the link between them? My adi part 3 training sessions often need to focus on areas such as fault analysis,level of instruction, remedial action and control of lesson.