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What are the five levels and their meaning?

Pupil Track Record

The Pupil Track Record Card


Driving Standards Agency (DSA) state that those who pass their driving test have had, on average, about 45 hours of professional driving instruction combined with 22 hours of private driving  practice. Learners who prepare this way, with a combination of plenty of professional driving lessons and plenty of practice, do better in the test.


To help you learn in a structured way, WestDrive school of motoring has produced a Pupil Track Record card  in line with the Driving Standards Agency (DSA)  styled  Driver Record.  Which you may have received with your provisional driving licence.


The Pupil Track Record is a way of helping you and your driving instructor monitor your driving progress while you're learning to drive and provide you with a lasting record of your achievement.   


It has space for your driving  instructor to fill in as you progress through the five levels shown on the Record. From this, both you and your driving instructor will be able to see at a glance which skills you need to improve.  You need to learn the skill and then practise to get the experience.



                    The skill is introduced

                 It can be carried out under full instruction

                 It can be carried out correctly when prompted

                 It seldom needs to be prompted

                 You can carry it out consistently without any prompting


The Pupil Track Record will help to remind you what you're trying to achieve, how to get there and how far you've got.  An important part of the structured learning process is practising what you have learned during your lessons. Get together with your instructor and the person who will be helping you to practise and discuss what you need to practise.


You should vary what you do. Try to practise on as many types of road as you can, in all sorts of traffic and weather conditions, even in the dark on dual carriageways where the national speed limit applies -you may be asked to drive on this type of road during the test.


You should try to keep a record of any practice you have on different types of road and during different conditions between lessons. This will help you to remember and quantify the amount of practice you have had in the different conditions. You should also record any worries you may have about your driving and then discuss these with your instructor.