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#1 Friday 18th December 2009 18:38:16

clairestoter
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Adi part 1

Hi all,

i have taken and passed part 1 and 2, but my theory has now run out before i got to take part 3, i had it booked but had to cancell it twice because of being ill. i know i have to retake parts 1-2 again but when i went to book it on line it asked me to call for authorisation to be able to take it again as i have already passed it but as i said its now run out. Can any one tell me why this is/ and also do i need to reapply to be on the register as a pdi again or is that on going until you pass all 3 parts?

Thanks

Claire.


Part 1- 30th Nov 07 passed (2nd attempt)
Part 2- 13th March 08 passed (2nd attempt)
Part 3-

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#2 Friday 18th December 2009 18:42:01

Aspyre
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Re: Adi part 1

You have to go through the whole registration process again.

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#3 Thursday 6th January 2011 17:33:45

Barry500
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Re: Adi part 1

I passed all ADI and worked for over 4 years including pdi, I let it laps and have now applied for a CRB, which came ok took my part one again today but failed 96% questions but only 53% hazard perception.

Does any know any good free hp websites??

I got blanked out back in 2003 but still passed today I have got a lot worse according to the test.

HELP !

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#4 Sunday 9th January 2011 10:05:36

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Re: Adi part 1

When you have passed your Theory test (part 1) you have two years to pass parts 2 & 3 so if you have ran out of time you have to start all over again..........next time dont leave it to the end of your time !!!!!!


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#5 Sunday 9th January 2011 10:29:14

Barry500
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Re: Adi part 1

You miss understand!

I worked as an ADI for 4 and half years then lapsed my ADI badge!

Now got to start and do all exams again!

Know any good free hp clips?

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#6 Sunday 9th January 2011 11:07:56

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Barry,

You seem to have highjacked thread, I think reply was to original poster.

The HPT is like a game and you need to play it as such. Did you practice sufficiently for it and did you consistently get very high 60s out of 75 before going for it?

Get some advice and training from a local trainer. I would have thought as an ADI you would have been helping students with their theory, but obviously not.

Brian

#7 Sunday 9th January 2011 12:29:04

Aspyre
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Re: Adi part 1

And also paying about £6 for the Focus Driving Test Success DVD with decent HP clips on it would be a sound investment - particularly as it will come in handy when you start teaching again.

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#8 Sunday 9th January 2011 12:33:04

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And also paying about £6 for the Focus Driving Test Success DVD with decent HP clips on it would be a sound investment - particularly as it will come in handy when you start teaching again.

Hi,

Would agree with that - the best one available and can be updated free online as well as detailed reports of your practice, progress and test readiness.

Brian

#9 Sunday 9th January 2011 12:45:23

Aspyre
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It's probably best to get hold of a few right now, because from September or thereabouts (that's when the current question bank is valid until) the question bank won't be available any more and these disks will simply be for guidance.

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#10 Sunday 9th January 2011 19:25:37

Barry500
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