Weymouth Theory Test Centre
St Nicholas Street
Driving Theory Test Centres in Weymouth
Weymouth is a lovely seaside town, located in the south of Dorset. It is a good choice if you live in or near the southern area of Dorsetshire. A successful test day is all down to preparation, so join us as you explore the ins and outs.
Wait times are usually around 15 minutes. Parking options include street parking, paid parking lots, and free parking lots. Local amenities include restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and museums.
Arriving at Weymouth Theory Test Centre
Public transport is the best option for learners who need to travel to the test centre. Rail users should know that Weymouth train stations is a convenient location for learners to access the test centre. Bus users should know that the town bridge bus stop is a short distance away from the test centre. Learners should also know that they can take advantage of public transport to reach the test centre.
You can get there by car, but if you want to save money, you should take a taxi instead. Or you could ask someone else to drive you. If you do use public transport, you can get there by bus.
Phoenix House is a plain white building on a small nondescript street. It has a sign reading ‘PHOENIX HOUSE’ in blue letters above the front door. Keep your eyes peeled for this as you approach the test centre. Parking theory test centres very rarely provide any on-site parking, and Wey-mouth is no exception. Before the person offering you a lift rescinds their offer, point them in the right direction.
St Nicholas street car park is 2 minutes from the test center and charges a fair price. Alternatively, if you want to be almost guaranteed a space, go to the big Britannia multi storey car park. It offers 437 spaces, charges a fair price and is a 4 minute walk from the test center.
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
Pass Rates by Year
Stats heads may be a little surprised to see that the pass rates at this test centre have dropped in recent years. However, the good news is that they're now rising again and the figures are still well above the national average. And the great news is that pass-rates don't really have any impact on individual learners anyway!
WeymouthTheory Test Centre
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Weymouth Theory Test Centre Directions
Car. If you're going to take a trip by car, there are two options available. You can park your vehicle at either Cosens Quay or Weymouth Multi Storey. Both are about 2 minutes' walk from the test centre.
The station is approximately 0.7 miles from the test centre. Walking takes about 10 minutes.
Weymouth train station is located at King St, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 7BN. The distance between the two points is about 1 mile. The test center is located in Phoenix house, directly opposite the Lakeside Superbowl.
Guides and Tips
You must study hard for this exam because there are many questions about road safety. You should revise your knowledge of the Highway Code before taking the test. Practice driving on different types of roads to improve your skills.
Check out the resources below to help you revise for your theory test. Official DVSA safe driving app for iOS. Safe Driving for Life Theory test rundown: What to expect on the day.
Weymouth Test Booking Service
Weymouth Theory Test Centre Booking Form
What is the waiting time for a theory test?
Waiting times vary between different centres. You can see this by going to your local DVSA website and clicking on 'waiting times'.
Can I change my theory test centre?
Yes. You can change your government-funded theory test for free at www.gov.uk/mytheorytest.
What is the theory test pass mark?
The pass mark for the car test is 86% and you must answer at least 43 out 50 multiple-choice questions correctly to pass. You must also pass the hazard perception test and score 44 out of 75 points to pass the overall theory exam.
BOOK A THEORY TEST AT Weymouth THEORY TEST CENTRE
To make a theory test booking, you'll just need your provisional driving license as a few details are needed from this. You can make a theory test booking via one of the two ways detailed below. The DVSA manages all theory test bookings, and Pearson conducts the theory tests. Be sure to mention if you've got any reading or hearing problems as help is available during testing.
Book a theory test online. You can book a theory test via the Internet. Theory tests are available during certain times and dates. You can choose a free slot. In Weymouth, see this page.
AFTER YOU HAVE BOOKED YOUR TEST
After you complete your booking, you'll be sent an email confirming the appointment. You should check your spam folder in case you haven't received it. This email will contain a confirmation code and your reference number. Print this email out to bring with you to the theory test centre.
ATTENDING THE THEORY TEST
You should bring along a copy of the confirmation email you received from the DVLA. This confirms your appointment time and date. Your license number is also printed on the card. Bring along a photo ID such as a passport or national identity card.
Weymouth Theory Test Center will be unable to conduct tests if we don't take our license. If we lose our license, we'll need to get another one. We can't do this without taking our license. We'll need to go to the DMV to get a new license.
How To Get To Weymouth Theory Test Centre
You should walk to the theory test centre as soon as possible. When you get there, you'll be told how long you have to wait.
You should park your car at the Govanhill Car Park. There is a bus stop next to the Govanhill train station. Walking to the test centre isn't too far away.
You should make sure you bring your provisional license with you to your theory exam. Otherwise, you won't be allowed to take the exam.
Booking A Theory Test At Weymouth Theory Test Centre
To book your theory test you need to go to the DVSA's website and book your theory test. Alternatively, you can phone the DVSA booking phone number and book your theory test there. Make sure you choose the right theory test centre for your needs.