You'd be forgiven for not spotting Goodmayes test centre straight away, considering it's tucked between a letting agents and a greengrocers. Believe it or not, this small and unsuspecting building attracts learners from far and wide. If you're hoping to come out with a pass, it's a good idea to get to know Goodmayes a bit better. To find directions, pass rates, test routes and much more, keep on reading.
Parking spaces are available
Male and female toilets are available
Arrangements will be made at this test centre if you have a disability
Not far from the town of Ilford, Goodmayes test centre is a great option for learners located in or around East London. To get to the test centre with little-to-no fuss, simply use these directions here. Please note that whilst parking spaces are available at the centre, they are limited, so be sure to get there early on the day of your test.
The location of Goodmayes is pretty ideal for a driving test. With the centre snuggled between local shops and businesses, you can be sure of fluctuating traffic and congestion. Additionally, with A routes like the A1083 in such close vicinity, there's enough variety in road conditions to truly put candidates through their paces. Want more general information about Goodmayes itself? Check out the links below.
There’s not much point in wasting time looking for the Goodmayes (London) test route—the DVSA no longer publishes routes. This measure prevents candidates from memorising routes prior to their test. Your practical won't be entirely unpredictable, however. If you've taken a driving course, your instructor will have had you driving on most of the roads which will appear on your test route. You can also have a look for videos of Goodmayes test routes on YouTube to get a better idea of what might come up.
Got a passion for stats? Then you’ll love these interesting pass rates! The national average pass rate for the UK is 47%. For learners in London, however, the odds are a bit lower—with a pass rate average of 40.8%. As for Goodmayes (London) test centre, we’ve got pass rates from the last five years in the table below...
Whilst not, perhaps, the most inspiring pass rates in the UK, they’re not the worst. It’s difficult to say how many attempts a learner needs to pass their driving test. Some just need a few attempts to get it just right. Instead of concentrating on stats, you should work on ironing out any particular weak spots you might have.
Worried about your practical? Don’t be—no matter where you take it, it follows the same kind of structure. On the day of your test, get to the centre 10 minutes early and bring your provisional licence. The test will then follow this structure:
The test route will eventually lead you back to Goodmayes test centre. Once you've parked up, you'll be told your results. No matter the outcome, you'll be handed a feedback sheet listing any faults you may have accumulated. If you're successful, you'll get your hands on a test pass certificate, which you can then show off to your friends and family.
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