JULIE McClymont delivered a sensational performance to pass her driving test with just one fault.
Stunned Julie, aged 17, said: "I feel absolutely amazing!" after hearing she had passed at the test centre in Irvine.
The lifeguard, from West Kilbride, added: "I like the way that you teach, Mark, making me ready for all roads.
"I now feel I could drive anywhere, while some of my friends who have passed are still nervous about driving."
Good driving runs in the family as Julie´s sister, Heather, recorded just two driver faults when she passed her test at Irvine two years ago when she was 17.
Julie´s feat matches that of Liam Robinson, from Inverkip, who passed with just one fault at Ayr early last year when he was 18.
I´m delighted for Julie, who showed steely determination to be the best she could throughout her training, and wish her safe driving for life.
It was great fun to work with Julie and Heather and I am especially pleased that their hard work was rewarded with such good passes.
Julie´s success follows that of 19-year-old Ryan Hood, from Ardrossan, who produced an excellent drive to earn his licence at Irvine test centre.
Ryan was brilliant fun to work with and well deserved his test success.
Student Ryan said: "Thank you for all the time and help you put in. I sure as hell couldn´t have done it without you."
Stuart Anderson, 17, from Port Glasgow, coped superbly with the pressure of having an extra examiner in the car to earn his licence at Greenock.
He came to Mark Grundy School of Motoring as part of his prize for being a winner in the Recruit personal development programme, run by Inverclyde Council, which receives sponsorship from my driving school.
Stuart´s first-time pass kept up a proud family tradition, as his brother, Callum, a former winning Recruit, also passed at the first attempt after training with Mark Grundy School of Motoring.
Stuart said: "A great guy, a great instructor - with great banter.
"I passed first time - and it was all down to the help and tuition from Mark."
David Low kicked the New Year off in fine style when he passed his driving test with just three faults.
The 33-year-old delivered an excellent drive to earn his licence at Ayr.
David, who works in the entertainment industry, said: "Mark was friendly, professional and patient. He knew exactly what was needed to get me through my test."
David´s success follows that of mum-of-two Denni Partepilo, who passed first time at Ayr at the end of 2014.
After celebrating with family and friends, Denni, from Prestwick, said: "I can´t thank you enough for giving my confidence a huge boost. Thank you from the heart, Mark :) You are the best!"
Maths student Iqra Saleem, 19, passed at Greenock test centre.
Iqra, from Wemyss Bay, said: "Thank you so much, Mark. It was a pleasure having you as a teacher."
Kathryn Burton, aged 17, passed first time with just three driver faults at the test centre in Irvine.
Kathryn, from Fairlie, said: "Really enjoyed learning under Mark´s tuition. Will actually miss driving under his guidance."
Kathryn, a volunteer student teaching English in China before going to St Andrews University, delivered a superb drive after 40 hours of tuition.
Matthew Robertson, 21, passed first time at Ayr and immediately headed off to enjoy a sunlit drive in his treasured BMW M Series.
Matthew, from Ayr, said: "Thanks for everything you have done for me. Best instructor in Ayrshire and everyone should use you to learn to drive!"
Angie Fraser-Moore´s imminent new arrival, Isaac, put mum under huge pressure as her test date approached, but she drove superbly to pass at Ayr.
The Bhuddist massage therapist, from Seamill, said: "You will struggle to find a more competent or gifted teacher than Mark - not to mention the unforgettable one-liners!"
Angie´s success followed that of Andrew Ashley, from the Isle of Arran, who passed first time with just four faults at Irvine test centre.
Andrew, of Machrie, a student gamekeeper, said: "I found my experience of learning to drive with Mark great. I would happily recommend him to anyone learning to drive."
Alasdair Eaddy, from Beith, an ´older than most´ learner, also passed his driving test at Irvine.
Alasdair said: "Mark´s very relaxed, calm attitude made it a pleasure to learn. I couldn´t recommend him highly enough."
Mark Grundy School of Motoring is an independently-run business offering high-quality driving lessons in and around Greenock, Gourock, Inverkip, Skelmorlie, Largs, Fairlie, West Kilbride, Ardrossan, Saltcoats, Stevenston, Troon, Prestwick and Ayr.
Whether you are a complete novice, have had lessons, or hold a full licence and want to improve your skills or boost your confidence, Mark Grundy School of Motoring can provide lessons tailored to your needs.
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