Located off Lordship Lane, Wood Green test centre can be found directly in front of Wood Green Crown Court. A small building, even by test centre standards, Wood Green is the top location for many learners located in and around North London. If you're not too familiar with the centre yet, we recommend reading up on our guide. You can find directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Wood Green below.
Limited car parking spaces available
Male and female toilets are available
Less than 5 minutes away from the centre of Wood Green—next to the station and Mall Wood Green—Wood Green test centre is easy to get to for North Londoners. If you've not had the chance to look around the test centre yet, however, you'll be able to find it just fine with these directions. Please be aware that whilst there is parking at Wood Green, spaces are limited—so don't get there too early, or you risk getting in the way of candidates heading out or coming back for their practical test.
Wood Green test centre is aptly located to provide examiners with plenty of different road conditions and features to test students on. From the busy centre and A10 to the quieter residential estates, there's enough variety to ensure that learners are put through their paces on their final hurdle towards becoming a fully qualified driver. As for Wood Green in general, you can get all the information you might need below…
Let’s face it, you’ve probably spent at least a few minutes searching for the Wood Green (London) test route, only to come up empty handed. Why is this? Well, the DVSA used to publish test routes. They soon found, however, that candidates would just memorise the routes—making the test a bit too easy. After all, the whole point of the practical is to have a candidate face an unpredictable test route.
Whilst you won't be able to get your hands on the exact route, however, your local instructor should have you fully prepared. They'll introduce you to most of the roads and areas that will show up on your test route, so you won't be too out of your element when you take your practical. For a better look at what could crop up on your test, check out videos of Wood Green test routes on YouTube.
Test routes aren’t the only thing that intrigues learner drivers. Pass rates are also a source of much curiosity. And for good reason! Why wouldn’t you want to know how other people fare on their driving test? Fortunately, unlike test routes, the DVSA frequently publishes driving test pass rates—keeping us updated on all the latest trends.
From the latest stats, we can tell you that the UK’s national average pass rate is 47%. As for learners situated in Greater London, chances are much lower—with a pass rate of 40.8%. We know what you’re thinking...how does Wood Green test centre fare? See for yourself with our handy table below…
Things aren’t looking all that impressive at Wood Green test centre. With pass rates lower than both the UK’s and London’s average, they don’t exactly inspire too much confidence. Before you get too preoccupied with pass rates, though, bear in mind that it’s down how you perform on the day of our practical.
Pass rates don’t impact your performance. In fact, pass rates are largely down to the type of area the centre is located in. Most centres in Greater London have lower pass rates, because learners have to deal with busier roads and more hazards.
Learners certainly don’t have to worry about a shortage of test centres in Greater London—there’s plenty to go around! If you’re looking for an alternative to Wood Green, your closest options are Tottenham and Barnet.
Time flies when you’re learning to drive. Before you know it, you’ll be waking up on the day of your test. Even if you don’t feel like it, however, you’ll be more than prepared for it after your driving lessons are complete. In terms of preparing for your practical test, all you've got to do on the day is get to the centre 10 minutes early with your provisional. The practical will then follow this format:
You don’t have to worry about waiting long for your test results. You’ll get them as soon as you’ve gotten back to the Wood Green test centre. The examiner will tell you your result and give you a feedback sheet—along with additional verbal feedback. If you pass, you'll also be given a test pass certificate.
This seems to be the million dollar question at the forefront of every learner’s mind—and understandably so. Unfortunately, we can’t offer you a guaranteed pass. What we can do, however, is offer you additional tuition and a fast-track test—so you'll be back on the road in no time at all. If you're ready to book in, simply give us a ring on 0333 123 4949, or contact us via our website instead.
Learning to drive shouldn’t have to be a long process. With hourly lessons, however, it can often take months or even years to finish. It’s one of the main reasons why, in the fight between intensive courses and hourly lessons, intensive courses often come out on top. After all, if you can fit your lessons around your schedule—in a matter of weeks or even days—why would you waste your time with hourly lessons?
Book in with PassMeFast and you’ll be saying those magic words—“I’ve passed!”—in no time at all! To get things underway, check out our course prices page to see what course packages we offer in the area of Haringey. Then, book in over the phone on 0333 123 4949, or book a course online yourself.