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The Glasgow DVSA Theory Test Centre’s opening times are as follows:
• Monday-Thursday: 8.30am-8.00pm
• Friday and Saturday: 8.30am-4.00pm
• Please note that this site is closed on Sunday
Glasgow Theory Test Centre Phone Number
If you need to contact the theory test centre, you can get in touch with the DVSA who manage theory test bookings. The telephone number is 0300 200 1122. The opening hours are Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm.
Cancelling And Rescheduling the Theory Test
If you can’t attend your theory test in Glasgow, then you can cancel it with at least 3 working days’ notice.
Glasgow Driving theory test centre is located on the outskirts of the city, just a short drive from the centre. The test centre is well signposted and easy to find. There is plenty of parking available and the staff are always helpful and friendly.
The theory test is made up of two parts; the multiple-choice questions and the hazard perception test. You will need to pass both parts to pass the theory test.
The multiple-choice questions are based on The Highway Code and you will need to answer 43 out of 50 questions correctly to pass this part of the test.
The hazard perception test measures your ability to spot potential hazards on the road. There are 14 video clips in this part of the test and you need to score 44 out of 75 to pass.
You can take the theory test as many times as you need to and there is no limit on how many attempts you can have at the hazard perception test.
There is plenty of help available to make sure that you are fully prepared for your theory test. The Highway Code is a good place to start and there are also a number of revision books, apps and websites available.
The best way to prepare for the hazard perception part of the test is to watch plenty of video footage of real traffic situations. This will help you to understand what to look out for and how to spot potential hazards.
The theory test is an important part of the process of learning to drive and it is worth taking the time to prepare properly. With a little effort, you should be able to pass the test with ease.