The Builth Wells theory test centre is situated around the back of a bustling shopping street right in the heart of town. It might be the only theory test centre in the county, but at least it’s easy to get to for both locals and visitors! This is backed up by the fact that it is easily accessible by bus.
Want to learn more about the centre? Glad to hear it, because we’re about to take you through everything there is to know! This includes directions, pass rates, study guides and more!
0333 200 1122 Please note: no direct phone number is available for this theory test centre.
Nearest train station: Builth Road (41-minute walk)
Nearest bus stop: Groe (2-minute walk)
Nearest car park: The Groe Garage (1-minute walk)
These are some pretty nice pass rates! Each one is a good few points above the national average. Don’t let these stats give you too much false confidence, though—the theory test is the same wherever you take it. The only way to improve your chances of passing is by studying hard for the test. Boring but true!
It’s time to get your geek on, because you really can’t pass the theory test without doing at least some revision. Anyone who tells you they did is lying. Remember—less than 50% of learners manage to pass the theory test on their first attempt. A big part of this is the fact that people often underestimate how tricky the test can be. This is not just basic driving questions, guys!
You need to pass both parts of the theory test (the multiple choice section and the hazard perception test) in order to get your hands on a pass certificate. Check out these study guides to get a head start on your revision:
Maybe you don’t fancy taking the theory test in Builth Wells. Whatever your reasoning, there are other options just outside of the Powys. Take a look at Merthyr Tydfil and Bridgend.
When the theory test is firmly in your rearview mirror, you can move on to the practical side of things. Start hitting the roads of your local area with a professional instructor to learn the skills required to prove to the DVSA that you can be a safe, confident driver.
A word of warning: wait times for practical tests can be much longer than those for theory tests. It’s therefore a good idea to get an appointment booked in nice and early, even if you’re not considered test-ready yet. This also gives you a date to work towards, which can be great for motivation. If you live in Powys, your local practical test centres can be found in Brecon and Newtown.
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