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#1 Friday 6th July 2012 18:04:53

Promanade
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on the spot CT

IF it was possible, and i accept it could probably never work! But IF, on the spot check tests were to be introduced how would you feel?
For example:  you receive a call from the examiner at 9am on Monday morning and he says he will meet you at 11am that same day for a check test. Would you welcome the idea?  Hypothetical  i know! But try and answer.

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#2 Friday 6th July 2012 18:44:05

robcooling
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I would like it! Apart from the inconvenience of having to cancel/rearrange pre-booked stuff.

No time to think or plan - JUST DO IT! I over-plan for tests, always been my downfall (especially the Part 3) - best if I can get on with it unexpectedly.


Rob

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#3 Friday 6th July 2012 18:59:31

Roadmaster
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So the examiner turns up, parks his car, gets into yours, and then the pupil asks to be dropped off at work/town/etc.  What happens?
And what if the pupil doesn't want the examiner in on their lesson?

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#4 Friday 6th July 2012 19:44:42

Lewinpeter1
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Hi
I would have a dental appointment!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! yikes
Daft idea.
Peter


Dont press that,oh @@##!

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#5 Friday 6th July 2012 20:29:05

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Does the pupil have an option if 2 examiners get in on test?

What would be the difference if it was examiner in with instructor?

I think I know the answer - if a check test then time is needed between examiner and instructor - am I correct?


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#6 Friday 6th July 2012 22:07:15

MAZ
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Re: on the spot CT

Promanade wrote:

IF it was possible, and i accept it could probably never work! But IF, on the spot check tests were to be introduced how would you feel?
For example:  you receive a call from the examiner at 9am on Monday morning and he says he will meet you at 11am that same day for a check test. Would you welcome the idea?  Hypothetical  i know! But try and answer.



That is actualy the way it was done before my time, apparently.

Maz.

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#7 Friday 6th July 2012 22:53:24

ralge
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Does a text at breakfast time from the manager of my local NDAC scheme to say "I'll be sitting in on your (four-hour) NDAC session today" count as an on-the-spot-CT?
As my daughter said to me, at least I didn't have a fortnight to dwell on it!


DSA Fleet Trainer, RoSPA Dip, PTLLS, Safed for Vans, NDAC/Speed Awareness on-road trainer, RoSPA RoAD Test Examiner.

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