Learners in Bradford certainly have enough choice when it comes to test centres. Located on Fairfield Street, Heaton test centre is the ideal option for learners located to the north of Bradford. If you're taking the plunge and heading to Heaton for your driving test, we'd recommend you try to get to know the centre better. Read on for directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Heaton.
Male and female toilets are available
Arrangements will be made for wheelchair users
Heaton test centre can be found 10 minutes from the centre of Bradford, in between Lister Park and Bradford Royal Infirmary. Not far from the A6177, it's a great option for learners in North Bradford. If you've not had the chance to look around Heaton test centre just yet, just use these directions.
Located in the Bradford area, Heaton has an even mix of urban and rural areas—from the A1677 to the quieter roads around Lister Park—perfect for putting candidates through their paces on their driving tests and ensuring they're ready to take to the roads alone. For more general information about Bradford, check out the links below.
Wth the DVSA no longer publishing test routes online, there's no way for you to get your hands on an up-to-date Heaton test route. Fortunately, you can still predict some elements of your test by looking at videos of Heaton test routes on YouTube or by downloading our sample Heaton driving test routes. If you're learning with a local instructor, they'll also be aware of any particularly challenging road features that have cropped up on the tests of their previous students—introducing you to them during your lessons.
Want to know how other learner drivers perform in their practical tests? The national average stands at 45.8%—moving up slightly to 47.1% for learners in Yorkshire and the Humber. We know you’re dying to look at the pass rates for Heaton, so feast your eyes on the stats from recent years below...
As you can see, the pass rates for Heaton have been lower than the national average. While you might find this worrying, you should be aware that it’s not test centre statistics that affect the outcome—it’s how you act on the day. As long as you put in the time and effort, you should have ever chance in the world of passing and getting your licence.
Once you’ve completed your course, you’ll be set to take your practical test. The only thing left for you to do is get to Heaton 10 minutes early with your provisional. Your practical will then proceed with:
Once you’ve completed your test, the examiner will let you know if you’ve passed or failed. No matter what the outcome is, you'll be given a feedback sheet that will detail any faults you made during the test. If you do pass, you'll receive a test pass certificate. If you want them to send off for your new licence, you’ll have to give them your provisional.
It’s quite common for people to fail their driving tests, so you really don’t have to worry about it. All you have to do is use the feedback given to you by your examiner so that you can learn from your mistakes and pass with flying colours next time! If you're looking to get booked back in, PassMeFast can fast-track your test. To get started, call us on 0333 123 4949 or contact us via our website.
With PassMeFast, you can complete one of many intensive or semi-intensive courses—see more in our course prices—where you can learn to drive in a matter of days or weeks, as opposed to months with traditional courses. This enables you to build up your knowledge quickly, so that you’re fully prepared for your test. We offer fast-track practical tests so that you don’t have to put up with the DVSA’s lengthy waiting times.
With PassMeFast, the road to driving doesn’t have to be long. Get in touch today on 0333 123 4949 to find out more, or book a course online and take one step closer to getting on the road.