Many learner drivers think that some of the mistakes they make while in the car with their driving instructor on lessons are simple mistakes that the ADI should ignore or not even mention and it shouldn't be something they need to be concerned about.
It is very important that you realise that on the test, the driving examiner is watching your every move and what you think is a minor error could be classed as a serious fault on the DL25 report sheet because of the surrounding circumstances even if you were not involved in any incidents with other road users (causing cars to slow down or having to change lanes for instance).
Human beings are creatures of habit, and this means that you are more likely to do on the driving test what you have been doing during lessons, so you should be paying attention to all faults and taking on board your instructor's advice and be willing to put in the effort/practise required to get rid of them.
It only takes one fault to fail, which is why you should take advantage of the many driving test tips I have on this website. If you are on facebook, you should also have a look at my UKADI page where I post little nuggets that might just save you from failing a test.
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