At first glance, Bromley Court might not seem at all like other driving test centres—it's based on the grounds of the Bromley Court Hotel. Like any other test centre, however, it's visited by plenty of learner drivers every year. It's always worth getting to know a bit more about your chosen test centre, so read up on directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Bromley Court below.
Male, female and disabled toilets are available
Bromley Court is located between the centre of Bromley and Downham, making it an ideal choice for learners in South East London. If you're not too sure where it is, just use these directions and you'll get there just fine. Please note that there is no parking at the test centre—spaces are for hotel guests only, so you'll have to find a space outside the test centre grounds.
Bromley Court's location might not seem ideal, at first glance, for many learners. With its proximity to the hotel and the A21, road conditions can get pretty hectic. Of course, that's exactly why it was chosen—giving examiners the chance to test candidates on a wide variety of situations. If you'd like more general information about the town of Bromley, check out the links below.
Due to the DVSA no longer publishing test routes, you won't be able to find one for Bromley Court. If you're taking a driving course with a local ADI, however, this won't be an issue. They'll have a good idea of which roads are likely to feature on your test, including the South Circular and local residential roads, so you'll be more than prepared by the time your test rolls on by. You can also get a better idea of what to expect by searching for videos of Bromley Court test routes on YouTube.
Learning to drive can be a pretty difficult task, which is why it’s not too shocking to find that the national average pass rate in the UK stands at 47%. Busier areas always tend to suffer from lower pass rates, so it’s also unsurprising to find that learners in London have an even lower chance of 40.8%. So, what about learners at Bromley Court test centre?
Bromley Court is relatively new, so we don’t have pass rates before 2016. That being said, Bromley’s pass rates aren’t too shabby—especially when you measure them up against the best and worst test centres of 2017/18.
Taking the practical test doesn’t have to be a scary experience—it's the same format, no matter which test centre you go to. On the day, you need to get there 10 minutes early and remember to bring your provisional licence. Here's the step-by-step format of the practical:
The test route will end back at Bromley Court test centre, at which point you'll get the result of your test. It doesn't matter if you pass or fail, the examiner will give you a feedback sheet and additional verbal feedback. Successful candidates will also be handed a test pass certificate to show off.
How does the saying go? If at first you don’t succeed, try again. It doesn’t matter how many times you need to try, it’s just important that you keep trying. If you're ready to give the practical test another go, get PassMeFast to speed things up with a fast-track practical test. We can start looking now—simply call us on 0333 123 4949 or contact us online.
Learning to drive doesn’t have to be a complicated process. If you’re looking to become a qualified driver in the Bromley area ASAP, then you’re looking for an intensive (or semi-intensive) course. Check out our tailored courses on our course prices page, and book online or over the phone on 0333 123 4949 to start your journey.