The Bala theory test centre has only been around for a few years, and in this time it has changed location. It currently takes residence in a bit of an unusual spot. You can find it in the area known as ‘The Green’, which sits at the junction of the A494 and B4391.
To learn more about the Bala theory test centre, including pass rates and directions, delve into our comprehensive guide! It’s full of handy info that will be a big help to you come test day.
0333 200 1122 Please note: no direct phone number is available for this theory test centre.
Nearest train station: Blaenau Ffestiniog (34-minute drive)
Nearest bus stop: SPAR Bala (4-minute walk)
Nearest car park: The Green (<1-minute walk)
There’s no sugarcoating it—these pass rates are not great and recently dipped way below average. The statistics can be skewed by the fact that a small number of people take their test here, however, so we wouldn’t give them much weight.
Don’t let the theory test make a fool of you! This exam can be pretty hard if you don’t know your stuff. Trust us, plenty of people fail on the first attempt because they assume they can get by with some basic driving knowledge. Not the case!
The theory test is made up of two sections:
You must pass both parts or it’s goodbye, pass certificate. To ensure success on test day, study hard and revise the material until you really understand it. Here are some resources that can help:
Maybe Bala theory test centre isn’t taking your fancy. Oh well! There are plenty more theory test centres in the sea. Nearby test centres to this one include Rhyl and Bangor, so check these ones out instead.
Perhaps you’re way ahead of us and the theory test pass certificate is already firmly in your grasp. Good for you! It’s not time to turn your attention to the practical test. Find an instructor, book yourself a test and commit yourself to driving lessons. If you live in Bala, there’s a practical test centre in town. You can find it at the Penllyn Workshops.
We have quite a bit of experience when it comes to transforming learners into qualified drivers, and if you ask us, we say intensive courses are the way to go. Taking longer lessons in a shorter period of time means that you can master the ropes much more quickly than if you were to stick to weekly, 1-hour lessons. It also means that you don’t forget what you’ve learned by the time your next lesson rolls around!
To find out how PassMeFast can help you earn your licence, pick up the phone and dial 0333 123 4949. Our friendly team can provide you with all of the information you need to know. You can also browse our courses online and book in by clicking on the green button below. With PassMeFast, the road to driving doesn’t have to be long!