Like many other driving test centres in the UK, you’ll find High Wycombe tucked away in a local business park. Located at the end of Wellington Road, the test centre is minutes from the bustling M40 and the town centre. If you’re taking your practical here, but find yourself battling the butterflies in your stomach, you might be able to settle your nerves by getting to know your test centre before you go in. You can get all the information you might need in our essential guide below—from directions to pass rates to test routes, we’ve got it all!
There are parking spaces available
There are no toilets available at this centre
If you’re heading to Cressex Business Park from the centre of High Wycombe, all you need to do is head down the A404 and follow road signs. It really couldn’t be simpler! Don’t panic if you’re not a local. The proximity of A roads like the A4010 and A4040, or motorways like the M40, make it easy to reach the test centre. If you’re still not comfortable with finding High Wycombe test centre, just use these directions with your sat nav to get there with little to no fuss.
If you’re biting the bullet at High Wycombe test centre, you’ll certainly have your plate full with challenging road types. For starters, the close vicinity of the M40 can result in heavy congestion during rush hour—though it won’t actually feature on your test. There’s also a variety of tricky roundabouts scattered along the A4010. Don’t forget about the quieter residential streets either—your examiner will likely steer you towards them for your driving test manoeuvre.
Want to get to know more about the area of High Wycombe? You’ll find all the information you need in the links below.
If you’re trying to prepare for your big day, you might have spent some time looking for the High Wycombe test route. If that’s the case, you should probably give it a rest—the DVSA doesn’t publish test routes anymore. You don’t have to worry too much though, as you can still get a vague idea of what might crop up on your test by watching videos of High Wycombe test routes on YouTube. Alternatively, you can download our sample High Wycombe driving test routes. You’ll also get better acquainted with the roads around the test centre during your driving lessons with a DVSA-approved instructor.
Desperate to figure out how likely you are to pass your driving test? Based on the UK’s current average pass rate, you have a 45.9% chance of being successful on your big day. Of course, this average varies depending on your area and chosen test centre. If you’re looking for something more specific, have a gander at the pass rates from High Wycombe test centre from the last five years below...
Pass rates from High Wycombe test centre have been relatively consistent in the last few years, not to mention well above the current national average. As happy as you might be to discover your chosen test centre has good pass rates, you shouldn’t get too cocky—the end result is all down to your actual performance on the day, not statistics.
If you’ve decided against High Wycombe, or you simply want to increase your chances of getting an ideal test date, there are plenty of other local test centres to choose from. If you’re looking to stick close to High Wycombe, your options are Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire or Slough in Berkshire.
So you’ve made it to the end of your driving course. Congratulations! Though you might be fighting nerves on your test day, you’ve simply got to remember that your instructor thinks you’re ready.
As desperate as you might be to get to High Wycombe test centre early, you should only get there 10 minutes before your test—any earlier and you run the risk of getting in the way of other candidates. Make sure you bring your provisional too or you won’t be allowed to take the driving test and your test fee will go to waste.
Your test will then consist of:
After around 40 minutes, the test route will finally loop back to High Wycombe test centre. The driving examiner will ask you to park the car and wait for them to complete their feedback. Once they’re done, they’ll let you know whether you’ve passed or failed. You’ll be able to see which areas you picked up faults in, e.g., observations at junctions, with the feedback sheet or email sent to you via the driving test app.
Whilst you’ll likely disagree, it’s really not the end of the world if you end up failing your test. Despite what you might have heard, plenty of learners fail the practical. Instead of letting it put you off driving, however, you should use it as motivation to improve. If your confidence has taken a real nosedive, you might even want to consider a refresher course.
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