Situated on Falklands Approach, Norris Green test centre can be found next to Norris Green Day Care Centre and Norris Green Baptist Church. As the starting point for thousands of driving tests each year, there's plenty to know about Norris Green test centre. So, if you're heading here for your practical, read on for directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Norris Green.
Parking is available at this test centre
Male, female and disabled toilets are available
You can get into the test centre in a wheelchair
Situated mere minutes from the centre of Norris Green itself, learners can easily access the test centre—particularly with the close vicinity of Townsend Avenue and the A580. If you've not yet had the chance to look around Norris Green test centre, you can find directions to get there hassle-free here.
Learners taking their practical at Norris Green test centre will have to face a wide range of road conditions and challenges in the Liverpool area. The roads around the centre are residential, as you branch further out you'll encounter high-speed A roads like the A580 and A59. It's safe to say, your newfound driving skills will be put to the test at Norris Green. Want to know more about Norris Green in general? Check out the resources we’ve compiled...
The DVSA no longer publishes test routes, so you won’t be able to find the exact route your examiner will use. That being said, if you're learning with a local instructor, they'll be able to make some educated guesses as to what to expect on the day. They will introduce you to the junctions, dual carriageways and other road types that are most likely to feature on your test. By the time your course is complete, you'll be more than prepared. If you'd like to get a better look at what to expect, take a look at videos of Norris Green test routes on YouTube.
If you’re big on statistics or chance, you might be interested in the national average pass rate in the UK—it currently stands at 47%. If you live in the North West, you don’t have to worry—you’ve got a 47.3% chance of passing your test. But what about Norris Green?
While Norris Green’s pass rates have been lower than the national average in recent years, they’re not horrific. You should bear in mind that your chances of passing ultimately fall on your personal ability. If you’ve listened to your instructor’s feedback and finished your entire lot of driving lessons, you have nothing to worry about.
Congratulations! If you’re taking your practical test that means you’ve completed your entire driving course! All you've got to do on the day of your test is get there 10 minutes early—don't forget your provisional. The format of your practical will be as follows:
The test route will end once you're back at Norris Green test centre. Once you've parked up, the examiner will walk you through any driving faults you made by using the feedback sheet. If you pass your test, you’ll send off for your new licence and you’ll get that all-important test pass certificate.
Worried about failing? It’s really not the end of the world if you fail your test. If you do, you can improve your driving skills by taking on board the advice you were given by your examiner.
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