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The hardest and easiest places in London to pass your driving test without sitting for test.

Taking your driving test is stressful. Before you even get in the car you have the worry of sitting in the waiting room to find out whether your examiner looks like they’ll be kind or not and then you have the panic of your eyesight failing when you’re asked to read a number plate.

If you make it to the end of the test there is a good chance you won’t have passed.

Nationally about 45 per cent of drivers pass first time, while some others need dozens of attempts.

Pass probability calculator Marmalade has worked out a decade of pass rate data from every test centre in greater London to list the places with the highest and lowest pass rates.

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The Belvedere test centre, in Bexley, topped the list as the hardest place to pass your practical test, with less than one in three drivers (31.2 per cent) passing.

The East London test centre in Wanstead is next on the list for being the second most difficult place to pass, with 32.13 per cent of learner drivers managing to do so over the last 10 years.

Overall London is one of the harder places in the UK to pass your test. The centre with the highest pass rate in London is Ashford, but with only 49.21 per cent of hopefuls passing it is well below the average pass rate across the UK of 54.4 per cent.

The rest of the top five easiest places to pass your driving test in London are Tolworth, CarshaltonUxbridge and Pinner. Buy driving licence directly without going for exams from any of these centres. Buy UK driving licence with London driving licence centre. The hardest/easiest places in London to pass driving test without sitting for exam

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When you begin to learn to drive, most of us often want to pass in the quickest possible time – so we can explore the world and gain a new sense of freedom.

Well, unfortunately, as many young learner drivers will know, driving lessons and driving tests in the UK were postponed for quite a few months by the Government to help slow down the spread of Coronavirus.

Fortunately, across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, for a couple of months, these had fully resumed and were back to near-full testing capacity for many centres; until the announcement on 31st October which suspended driving lessons and tests for a provisional month-long period.

But, as you also may know, there is incredible demand for driving tests in particular, by an entire cohort of young drivers, eagerly awaiting their driving test pass certificate and that pink licence card.

Roughly 1.6 million driving tests are taken each year across the entire UK, so that roughly means that 400,000 young drivers will take their test each quarter of the year.

But, the latest figures, released by the Government have revealed that only 6,264 drivers actually took their driving tests in Q1 of 2020.

Don’t worry – it’s not all bad news. There are some positives we can take out of this – for the first time in years, the recorded pass rate was over 55% for early 2020 ; almost 10% higher than the previous year.

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So, it’s possible you may have a small delay in waiting for a test – so, to give yourself the best chance at success on the day, we take a look at the best places to take your driving test, with the highest first-time pass rates in the UK:

#LocationRegionPass Rate (%)
1Llandrindod WellsPowys76.3

Well, it seems that the in 2018/2019 the North dominated the top spots for best locations for first-time learner drivers.

Driving tests aren’t passed based on your geographical location – luckily.

But, with a higher demand for driving tests than we can ever (that we can remember), geography has quite a lot of say on how quickly you can take, and pass your test.

What are the busiest test centres in the UK?

Ok – so it doesn’t take a genius to guess where the busiest test centres may be…

Yes, London.

The English capital city may be home to the Queen and Corgis, but it’s also home to more people than any other UK city.

So, it’s expected to see London dominate the top spot, but which ones are the worst for number of tests taken?

#Test CentreCityNo of tests taken (18/19)
5Hither GreenLondon5881
6West DidsburyManchester5694
9Norris GreenLiverpool5246
10West WickhamLondon5015

*According to Go Compare’s analysis of busiest test centres[4]

So, whilst we don’t have any figures (yet) of where the busiest locations are in the UK this year, we think it would be safe to assume that one or two of these busy locations will feature on the list.

But what about if you are looking to find a quieter location where you’re more likely to pass in a quicker period of time?

What are the least busy test centres in the UK?

Holy Cowal (Peninsula) – you’ll get it when you look at the table.

As you would imagine, areas of outstanding natural beauty often have fewer residents – and subsequently a lesser demand for driving tests.

Who knows – post-Covid times may change all of this, but as they stand, if you are lucky enough to live near one of these less busy test centres, chances are, you’ll have a higher likelihood of avoiding long wait times.

#Test CentreRegionNumber of tests taken (18/19)
4DunoonCowal Peninsula131

*According to Go Compare’s analysis of busiest test centres[5]

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As test centres, and driving instructors keep up with meeting the massive demand for driving tests this year, we would recommend all learner drivers to familiarise yourself with all relevant test resources, to help make sure that when you do manage to book a test, you feel confident knowing that you’ll pass first time round.

Usually, the recommended advice would be to look at available slots in test centres located within an area you are highly familiar with, for your best chances at success.

But larger wait times will force some to look elsewhere – if this is the case for you, then perhaps ask your instructor to take you on the roads surrounding the test centre, to help let you get accustomed to those routes you would be driving.

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