Leeds Theory Test Centre
13-15 East Parade
Leeds Theory Test Centre
Please double-check the test centre address in you booking confirmation. We will not be able to answer any questions about test bookings.
There are two options available for parking near the test centre. You can either pay £6 per hour for a space at The Light car park or you can pay £6 per hour to park at the multi-storey car park on Albion Street. Both places are about a 4 minute walk from The Centre.
Leeds bus station is located near the test centre. It is about 0.6 miles away. A 12-minute walk takes you there.
The station is approximately a 9-minute walk to the test centre, which is 0.4miles away. The train station's address is: New Station Street, Leeds LS1 4DY.
Arriving at Leeds Theory Test Centre
Public transport is very convenient for people living in Leeds. It takes less than 10 minutes to get to the test centre by public transport. You can take a bus or a train. Buses are easy to use because there are many stops near the test centre. The buses go along the busy road called The Headrow. If you want to travel from another part of the city, you can take a bus to the South Parade bus stop and then walk to the test centre in about two minutes.
Leeds city council advises people to use their sat navs and avoid driving during rush hour.
Parking is expensive in London, especially if you want to park near the test centre. We'd recommend The Light car park as it's close to where you'll be taking your test. You can also try Albion Street, which is a short walk away. Both charge £6 per hour.
Pass Rates by Year
Pass rates aren't really an indicator of how well someone does on the driving test. They're not even an indication of whether or not someone should get a license. In fact, people who fail tests often do better than those who pass them.
What is the theory test pass mark?
This is a multiple-choice question. There are 50 questions. You must answer 43 or more correct answers to pass the test. To do well on the test you should pay attention to what you're doing when taking the test. You should be careful about how you approach each question and try to remember what you've learned from previous tests.
Can I take my theory test online?
No. You must take the Theory Test at a Registered DVSA Theory Test Centre. Find a DVSA Theory Test Centre
What is the waiting time for a theory test?
Waiting times vary between theory test centres. You should check the website before you go to your theory test centre.
Extending theory test centre opening hours
From Monday 10 May to Wednesday 31 July, we're extending the opening times at most Theory Test Centres in England and Wales. Typically, centres will now be open earlier and close late in the evenings. For instance, some centres will be opened from 8am to 8 pm, and others might be open on Saturdays or Sundays where they were previously shut.
Opening temporary larger theory test centres in England
We opened 10 temporary larger theory test centers. These 10 temporary centers will create a minimum of 60,000 more appointments each month. The centers will be in: Cambridge, Huddersfield, Leeds (there will be two temporary centers), London (Docklands).
London, Manchester, Wolverhampton.
Taking a test at one of these temporary centres
These temporary larger theory test centres won't be as big as normal ones. There will be strict rules about how many people can sit together. Safety precautions will be taken to make sure everyone stays safe.
Protective transparent screens at reception desks provide hand sanitiser to be used on arrival, during the test and when candidates leave the testing centre. Cleaning workstations include computers and headphones. Staff will wear a face covering if there is a medical reason why it is not recommended. Candidates must wear a face covering too if they have informed us beforehand that they cannot.
Candidates must come into the testing centre alone to help with the social distancing. Mobile phones must be turned off. Pupils will notice that there are many safety measures in place at the testing centre.
There are no lockers for students' personal belongings; they must keep them in a rigid plastic box and place it under their desks during the exam. Invigilators walk around the testing room, watching students take the test, and observe social distancing guidelines at every moment.
These details will also be included as part of the booking confirmation email.
BOOK A THEORY TEST AT Leeds THEORY TEST CENTRE
Booking a theory test at a UK test centre is easy. You can do this online or over the phone. Information about how to book a test can be found below.
A telephone booking service is available at all UK test centres. An automated telephone booking service is also available for theory test bookers at all UK test centres, including Leeds. You can contact them if you have any questions about the booking process.
RESCHEDULING or CANCELLING THE THEORY TEST
You can reschedule your theory test for another day if you want. But you'll need to give at least 3 days' notice.
AFTER YOU HAVE BOOKED YOUR TEST
You should receive an email confirming your booking details. Please ensure you enter the correct email address when booking.
ATTENDING THE THEORY TEST
Allow yourself plenty of time to get to Leeds Theory Test Centre. You need to make sure you're there before the test starts. You'll lose any booking fees if you turn up late. Your provisional driving licence photo card needs to be taken with you to the centre.
You need a valid UK passport to sit the theory test. If you lost your licence, contact the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) who will send you a new licence.
FINDING Leeds THEORY TEST CENTRE
Train stations are usually close to theory test centres. Leeds railway station is about 0.4 miles away from Leeds theory test centre. There is a car park near the train station.