TOP 10 BEST AND WORST DRIVING TEST CENTRES
To get a UK driving licence from passing the theory then taking driving lessons after a practical test, the whole process is expensive and stressful. To pass a theory exam, the test center doesn’t make any difference, however for the practical driving test, pass rates depend on which test centre you attend. So finding a good practical driving test center makes your chance higher to succeed otherwise your expenses will continue to grow higher due to taking more lessons and another test. A practical driving test center with a higher pass rate can give you more chances to get your licence sooner.
Based on DVSA recent pass rate statistics, here you will find the top 10 best (Higher pass rate) and top 10 worst (Lower pass rate) driving test centers.
Top 10 places with highest pass rate
|Test Centre||Tests Conducted last 3 month||Pass Rate
|5||Isle of Mull||18||77.8|
Top 10 places with lowest pass rate
|Test centre||Tests Conducted last 3 month||Pass Rate %|
|1||Birmingham (The Pavilion)||2,338||29.6|
|2||Birmingham (South Yardley)||6,916||32.3|
|4||Enfield (Bancroft Way)||67||32.8|
|8||Barking (Tanner Street)||4,045||34|
|10||Leicester (Cannock Street)||8,709||34.5|
We also analyze the factors of pass rate of all these test centers. As we can see, test centres located in major cities with complex junctions and high traffic density tend to offer the least chance of passing the driving test. Otherway 10 best means higher pass rate test centers located in rural areas where less traffic and less complicated road systems. So making a better chance to pass a driving test, our driving test routes will certainly help you.