Guide: How To Pass Part 3 And Your Standards Check

So you have passed the first two parts on the way to becoming a driving instructor, but now, you are really struggling with the final part. The first two tests are all about knowing your stuff and being able to use it in a practical way. Once you have passed the theory test and the driving test, you’ll move on to the third and final test: the instructional ability test. 

This test, according to most, is the most intensive part of the test, and it’s often the part that most new and experienced instructors’ have problems in passing. There are so many reasons you can fail the Standards Check. That’s why we are going to look at some of the more common reasons why people fail their Standards Check and talk about how IQ Driving helps people just like you pass their Standards Check. 

How Many Attempts Are You Allowed At The Standards Check?

You have three attempts to pass your Standards Check. That means you have failed twice already, and haven’t sought professional help, you might want to find additional help before you go in for the final attempt. IQ Driving provides ADI’s and PDI’s the best training to help you pass your Standards Check. Our goal is to help you pass on your first attempt, and our first-time pass rate shows that we know how to do just that, Just look at the reviews. 

If you have failed a Standards Check, you should book time with us. We can take it from the top and focus on the core reasons you failed. That way you don’t trip up on the same things twice.

Common Reasons People Fail Their Driving Test

The most Standard Check test fails come from not observing the driver, and not dealing with their faults. From not being aware of their surroundings to not addressing their needs, this is the bread and butter work of the driving instructor and you must be able to adapt when required.

When it comes to learning to become a driving instructor with IQ Driving, we drill these methods and motions into your head. You did something right? Great, now let’s do it again. That’s how we approach learning and coaching because it takes that kind of repetition to be great at it. Simply doing it once won’t cut it, practice and more practice until you become an expert. Our love of driving and road safety is what makes IQ Driving different. We want you to be able to be the best that you can possibly be. Our goal is to make Part Three of your Standards Check seem easy. 

Why Choose IQDriving?

We believe in your ability to pass the Standards Check. We are on the Official Register for Driving Instructor Training (ORDIT). Some of the biggest driving schools in the UK are not on this register. If you are going to part with your hard-earned cash, wouldn’t you want to know why? Only A-Grade driving instructors are allowed to be on the register, and they must pass very stringent rules. Their training records must be kept in order, along with a paper trail. The standards of their training are checked, along with their training materials, to make sure that the most up to date methods are being used. Rest assured, IQDriving has met all these criteria. Your trainer will be one of the highest graded instructors in the area. 

If you are unhappy with your previous training, chat with us over coffee. There is no obligation and no sales pitch. We only want to find out what we can do for you.

If you need help passing Standards Check, you’ve come to the right place. We love helping people, and we’re here to help you pass the test. Going into that third test can be stressful, but if you’ve taken the time to learn with us, you’re already more prepared than you were when you took the test before. IQ Driving helps people turn a failed driving test into a platform to help you pass next time, and instead of taking all your money upfront, we let you pay for the time you book. Let us help you pass the driving test. All you have to do is book driving time with IQ Driving.

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