The Stirling theory test centre sits just outside the centre of the city, near the south-east edge of King’s Park. Thanks to the availability of buses and trains, though, it’s fairly easy to access. That’s good news for anyone looking to take their theory test in this area, because this is the only test centre in the county!
Let’s get into what you really need to know then. Keep reading to discover directions, study guides, pass rates and more.
0333 200 1122 Please note: no direct phone number is available for this theory test centre.
Nearest train station: Stirling (30-minute walk)
Nearest bus stop: Bermuda House (1-minute walk)
Nearest car park: Castleview Park and Ride (7-minute walk)
People are often very interested in pass rates, as they think it reveals their chances of passing at a particular centre. While this is vaguely true, it doesn’t really work on a case-by-case basis. How well you do on the theory test really depends on how well-prepared you are!
Having said that, the pass rates here are consistently higher than the national average, which certainly isn’t a bad thing!
Preparing for the theory test means understanding how the test is structured and learning the relevant material. The theory test is made up of two parts: a multiple choice question section and a hazard perception test. You are required to pass both parts to earn your certificate.
The multiple choice questions are based on the Highway Code, traffic signs and essential driving skills. You’ll then move onto the hazard perception section, during which you’ll watch a range of short clips show various driving scenarios. You must click the mouse every time you notice a developing hazard.
Getting started with studying can be a bit tricky. Use some of the resources we’ve included below to help you with this.
If your heart isn’t set on the Stirling theory test centre, you can cast the net a little wider and check out some other nearby options. If you live in the Stirling area, it’s probably most convenient for you to take a look at centres in Glasgow and Clydebank.
Passing the theory test is a great achievement, so it should give you a little boost and mean that you head into driving lessons with a much clearer idea of how driving works. Of course, some people start lessons before taking the theory test, and that’s absolutely fine too!
Once you have a pass certificate, use the number on it to book yourself a practical test. Given the length of driving test wait times, you should still have plenty of time to squeeze your lessons in before the big day arrives. If you live in the county of Stirling, your local practical test centre option is—you guessed it!—Stirling.
At PassMeFast we believe that the best approach to learning to drive is to take an intensive course. This usually involves taking longer lessons multiple times a week. We do, though, understand that everybody is different. So if that sounds a little full on for you, you can also take our courses at a semi-intensive pace.
To find out how we can have you hitting the road as soon as possible, give us a ring on 0333 123 4949. A member of the team will be able to advise which package is best for your specific circumstances.
Then again, if you’re the type of person who likes to make your own decision about this kind of thing, click the button below and book the course you want. The road to driving doesn’t have to be long!