Looking to take your practical at Norris Green test centre? Located in Liverpool, Merseyside, Norris Green comes with a variety of tricky road types and areas—offering learner drivers the ultimate challenge standing in the way of getting that brand new licence. To give you a better chance, we’ve compiled all the essential information you need to know into one complete guide.
Parking is available at this test centre
Male, female and disabled toilets are available
You can get into the test centre in a wheelchair
Looking for directions to Norris Green test centre? You can find them here. Once you’ve reached the end of your driving course, you should be more than familiar with the area surrounding Norris Green test centre—including all those tricky one-way systems and crossroads. The centre provides parking and male, female and disabled toilets. It also has disabled access.
Whilst taking your driving lessons around Norris Green test centre in the Liverpool area, be sure to keep your eye out for any challenging features—examiners like to test learners on features like tricky one-way systems for example. You’ll also want to pay attention to nearby A routes like the A580. For more information on the local area, simply 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, we can make some educated guesses as to what to expect on the day. Undoubtedly, the examiner will want to take you around the busier streets surrounding the centre. Heavy traffic means that you’ll have to display good clutch control and smooth steering. You’ll also move around residential streets which gives the examiner the perfect opportunity to test manoeuvres and your ability navigate around parked vehicles and oncoming traffic.
You really don’t need to worry about your practical as long as you’ve put in the work. If you like to prepare for everything, however, you can move onto the section below or check out our driving tips.
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! Now you’ve only got two things to remember on the day of the test:
Your big day will start with a quick and simple eyesight test. Remember those “show me, tell me” questions you revised for? Great—you’ll be asked one of them before you get into the car and the other whilst you’re driving. You’ll then move onto the independent driving section. This part is simple enough—you just have to follow directions using a sat nav. Alternatively, you might be one of the 20% of learners asked to use traffic signs instead. In addition, you’ll be tested on these manoeuvres:
In all, it should take only 40 minutes. If you pass your test, you’ll send off for your new licence and you’ll get that all-important test pass certificate. If you fail, it’s not the end of the world. You’ll just be given a feedback sheet letting you know where you went wrong. You don’t have to worry about getting back home at the end—your instructor will drive you back.
As we’ve said, it’s not the end of the world if you fail your test. While this might sound heartless, you should be aware that we’ve helped hundreds of students pass their tests. Some of them do it on their first try and others have to do it a few times. Practice makes perfect, and we’re determined to help you no matter what. You might also want to avoid the top 5 reasons people failed their driving test in 2016/17!
With that in mind, we can take the hassle of rebooking your test right out of your hands. You don’t even need to wait long—we can do it as soon as two weeks later (after the 10 working day limit) with more tuition if that’s what you require. Got a few queries? Check out our FAQs to see if we’ve answered them. If you’d prefer to get the ball rolling, contact us via our website or call us on 0333 123 4949.
When learning to drive, some learners find it difficult trying to pick what type of course they should do. If you’re a learner looking to get your licence as soon as possible, we might just have the answer for you. Our intensive and semi-intensive courses are designed to help learners—with any level of experience—get test-ready with an experienced DVSA-approved instructor. And with our fast-track practical tests (available with every course) DVSA waiting times are a thing of the past!
Get on the road in a matter of weeks or even days with PassMeFast—check out our course prices today. Alternatively, you might want to take a course assessment with a PassMeFast instructor. Contact us today on 0333 123 4949 to find out more about our 9 courses or book a course online.