For a long time (since 2011) the file I linked to here was one I scanned myself. However, the link now points to the official DSA (now, DVSA) form. All pages of the DL25 are included in the file, and this one also includes the eco-driving bit (which should satisfy some of the anal retentives out there – at the time I originally wrote this, the eco-box was new and people were absolutely falling over themselves to get hold of a DL25 sheet with it on)! Click the image to download a copy.
A blank DL25 consists of a front marking sheet (DL25A) and two carbonless copy pages (DL25B and DL25C) underneath. There is an explanatory sheet (DL25D) at the back.
The examiner gives the candidate the back two sheets (DL25C and DL25D) at the end of their test, whether they pass or fail. They also get a Pass Certificate if they pass the test.
DL25B has a back side, which the examiner completes back at the test centre. I haven’t a clue (or any concern about) what happens with DL25A and DL25B within the DVSA once the test is closed.
DL25C (the candidate copy) also has a back side, detailing the appeals and complaints procedure. DL25D is also double-sided.
The PDF file contains all sides of the relevant pages.
The test report is explained in detail in this article.