If you’re a learner driver located near Sheffield, you’re in luck! With two test centres to choose from, learners to the north of Sheffield will head on over to Middlewood Road test centre. Situated next to Middlewood Nature Nursery, New Rooster Chicken & Pizza and Middlewood Medical Centre, there's plenty to know about this test centre. Read up on directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Sheffield.
Parking spaces are available at this centre
Male, female and disabled toilets available
You can get into the test centre in a wheelchair
Situated to the north of Sheffield, around 15 minutes from the city centre, Middlewood test centre is easy to get to via the busy A6102. Not yet had the chance to look around the test centre? That's fine. Use the directions found here and you'll get there hassle-free.
Located to the north of the Sheffield area, Middlewood is surrounded by a mix of both urban and residential roads. This even mix is beneficial in giving examiners enough variety to test candidates on. From A roads like the A61 to tricky one-way systems in the quieter, residential areas—learners will be well and truly put through their paces. Want to know more about Sheffield in general? Check out the resources below.
Looking for the Middlewood test route? Unfortunately, the DVSA stopped publishing them because candidates were practicing them before their tests. This won’t be a problem, as test routes are designed to incorporate difficult road types and features in order to fully test your understanding of the road. Additionally, your instructor will no doubt be familiar with the roads most likely to feature on routes and help you become accustomed to driving on them. To get a better look at what to expect, check out videos of Middlewood test routes on YouTube.
We know just how much learner drivers are interested in driving test pass rates. That’s why we’ve broken it down in driving test pass rates by area. To summarize: the national average stands at 47% and moves up to 47.1% for learners in Yorkshire and the Humber. You can see pass rates from the last five years for Middlewood in the following table...
Middlewood has been consistently above the national average in recent years—giving learners a relatively even chance of passing. If you were hoping for higher pass rates, remember that statistics aren’t everything. Just practice as much as you can—it’s entirely in your own hands.
Not sure what to expect on the day of your practical test? That’s fine—it’s pretty straightforward. After completely your course, you should be completely test-ready. On the day of your test, get to Middlewood 10 minutes early with your provisional. Your practical will then follow this format:
So, when do you know if you’ve passed? You’ll be told at the end of the test. Regardless of your result, the examiner will walk you through any faults you made by using a feedback sheet. If you do pass, you'll get a test pass certificate and the chance to send off for your new licence that day.
Some people pass first time and others take a bit longer. If you are unfortunate enough to fail your test, you don’t have to worry. It’s easy enough to book another one with PassMeFast. We can fast-track it for you, so you can get back behind the wheel in no time. To get things moving, simply give us a call on 0333 123 4949 or contact us via our website.
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