Reading Driving Test Centre
Are you looking to pass your test at the Reading test centre? Look below for details on the pass rates, directions and test routes that this test centre uses. If your looking for any information regarding this test centre then you’ve come to the right place!
Reading Driving Test Centre Pass Rates
This DVSA centre has an average pass rate that is slightly less than 50%. This is not bad but it means you need to put in maximum effort to pass.
Remember that the pass rates vary and does not mean you will not pass. Making sure you are as prepared as possible and ensuring you have good rest before your test, this will give you the best chance of passing and getting your license.
Reading Driving Test Centre Routes
Like all test centres, the DVSA do not publicise their test route they conduct at this test centre. There are some forums online where people have discussed the routes that they did on their tests but this can all change depending on the examiner. It is important to do your practice before completing your test at Reading test centre.
Reading Driving Test Centre Waiting Times
You will most likely have to wait for 14 weeks for your driving appointment at this location. Get a test cancellation for a faster test appointment.
Alternatives to the Reading Driving Test Centre
Alternative practical driving centres in the region include Slough and Newbury
A Bit More About Reading
Reading is a great town in the Thames Valley and with great transport links to the rest of the country including a railway line and a motorway. The town has been continually occupied for hundreds of years. Thanks to this it has numerous historical sites and buildings. The modern part of it has modern housing, shopping centres, and social amenities. If you are driving student in the town, you can take your practical test at the DVSA centre in town.
How To Get To Reading Test Centre
Reading town is located to the west of London (via the A40 and the M40). Its about 75 minutes by road from the capital and about 30 minutes by train. This means its 220 Elgar Road South DVSA centre is useful to both local and capital dwelling learners. Learners from around Berkshire can also easily access the centre. Learn more about this centre on this page to decide if it is the best option for you.
Reading test centre on your shortlist? Have a look at the waiting times on this page to help decide if this centre is the one for you.
What To Expect On The Day
The practical test is always a nervous day for anyone who takes their test. The best thing to do is try and relax as much as you can and ensure you keep hydrated and rested. One of the best ways of easing the nerves is to make sure you have prepared well. Make sure you arrive at the test centre as early as possible to give you as much time as possible to prepare. This also ensures you don’t get even more nervous if you are delayed and in a rush!
-An eyesight test, where you’ll need to read a number plate from a distance of 20 metres
-Two “show me, tell me” questions covering vehicle safety and maintenance
-Twenty minutes of general driving, where you’ll be guided by the examiner, and will also need to perform one of the following manoeuvres:
-Pulling up on the right
Remember that the 20 minutes independent driving can either be done by following sign posts or via following the sat nav, so make sure in your lessons that you are familiar with both ways of navigating.
But What If I Fail?
If you fail the best thing, you can do it take on the examiners feedback on the areas you need to improve on. Ensure you tell your instructor and go away and work on these areas. Once you are ready go ahead and book another test, check Find Me A Driving Test to help you find cancellations to move your date forward. We will help you save money on not needing to wait months and months until your next test. By using us, we can save you money and effort on finding a new test!