Failed because the examiner didn't like you? He was much better with your friend and turned a blind eye to the same mistake? That can't be the case. Because there is a basis for the examiner's assessment.
All driving tasks and the associated assessment and decision criteria are listed in the driving task catalog and are described in detail there. It is therefore clear what constitutes good and above-average performance and which errors mean immediate failure for you. This makes your practical driving test transparent and the examiner's assessment objective.
The driving task catalog is the basis for your training.
Because all driving tasks are clearly listed in the new test guideline, your driving instructor knows exactly what may be required in the practical driving test. Tricky situations in your test area or classic driving tasks such as changing lanes on the highway or driving through a traffic circle can be explicitly practiced again before the driving test.
Electronic test protocol: This is why the examiner has a tablet with him
While driving, the examiner types all the completed driving tasks into the digital test log on the tablet. The program records which driving tasks you completed, which situations you mastered, and where you made any mistakes. Based on these entries, your driving skills are evaluated and a decision is made as to whether you have passed or not. However, this is still done by the examiner and not by the program.