Residents of Kyle of Lochalsh should be pleased to learn that they can sit their theory tests right in town! Simply head to the Village Hall on Main Street and look for the mobile testing vehicle. Now, as this is a mobile test centre, there is a chance that it may move to another site at some point, so it’s always worth double-checking its location before you set off for your test. Having said that, we do strive to ensure that our test centre guides are always updated with the latest information.
So, apart from location, what else is there to learn about the Kyle of Lochalsh theory test centre? Quite a lot, actually! If you want to pass your theory test with ease, we strongly advise that you give this guide a read. By the end you’ll have a clear idea of what to expect on test day. Enjoy!
0333 200 1122 Please note: no direct phone number is available for this theory test centre.
Nearest train station: Kyle of Lochalsh (15-minute walk)
Nearest bus stop: Co-Op (14-minute walk)
Nearest car park: Kyleakin Garage (49-minute walk)
The pass rates for Kyle of Lochalsh test centre are, on the whole, fairly impressive. Do keep in mind, though, that not many tests take place here, so these figures are based on a small pool of data. How well you are likely to perform on test day has little to do with pass rates and a lot to do with how much revision you do beforehand!
No matter where you take it, the theory test itself is the same. It is composed of two parts: a multiple-choice section and a hazard perception test. The first part requires you to answer 50 questions on a range of driving topics. To prepare for this you should revise The Highway Code, traffic signs and essential driving skills. You must score at least 43 to pass this section.
For the hazard perception test you will be shown 14 video clips of various driving scenarios. You must click the mouse every time you see a developing hazard. You can practice this skill by taking mock tests and reading about potential and developing driving hazards. To pass this section you need to score at least 44 out of a possible 75.
You must pass both parts of the theory test in order to achieve an overall pass! Here are some resources that will help:
There are 9 theory test centres scattered across the Highland area, so you are certainly not limited to taking your test at the Kyle of Lochalsh centre. To get an idea of some nearby options, check out the test centres in Gairloch and Portree!
First of all, give yourself a big pat on the back if you passed your theory test—that’s a big deal! You won’t have much time to bask in the glory of it all, though, because now it’s time to turn your attention to the practical test. This is a different kettle of fish altogether.
If you’ve already been taking driving lessons, now is the time to ramp them up and start working towards a test date. Not got behind the wheel of a car yet? Get on it pronto! Luckily, pronto is PassMeFast’s middle name, so if you want to earn your licence without wasting any time, just give us a ring on 0333 123 4949.
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