It is a good idea for you to discuss with your driving instructor if you want him or her to sit in the back of the car during the driving test or not.
It is up to you the candidate if you want the instructor there, and the usual question is does it matter.
Let me immediately tell you that there is no truth in the rumour that the driving examiner is less likely to pass you if your ADI is in the car, as they will be harsher with the marking. I have been in the car and thought a pupil had failed due to a driving error, only to find out that it had not been considered serious enough.
Many learner drivers will feel a little more confident if the instructor is in the car, while on the other hand it might make others more nervous, so speak to your instructor about it.
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