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Want to make an online theory test booking for York theory test centre? Welcome to the latest blog edition in the series, covering every UK theory test centre from A-Y including directions & current pass rates. Next up, York. In any other year, York theory test centre would complete our UK theory test centre series. However, since we began our quest all those months ago, the DVSA has opened 28 brand new theory test centres. There’s more to come on those in the coming weeks… For now, this is everything you need to know to book a theory test in York. If you want to book a theory test online to take at York driving theory test centre, here’s what you need to know…

York theory test centre - Address

Theory tests in York take place at Stirling House. The full address is: Stirling House, Station Business Park, Holgate Park Drive, Holgate, York, North Yorkshire, YO26 4GB. Should you need to contact the York test centre, you will need to call DVSA customer support on 0300 200 1122.

Finding York theory test centre 

If you’re driving to the York theory test centre as part of a lesson or accompanied by a friend or relative, parking is available at the theory test centre. Parking is free. The nearest train station is York Train Station, which is approximately 1 mile (20-minute walk) from the test centre. On foot, exit the station and head southwest on Station Road [A1036]. After 85 feet, turn right towards Lowther Terrace. After 155 feet, turn right again towards Lowther Terrace. After 0.1 mile, turn left towards Lowther Terrace. After 0.1 mile, turn left onto Lowther Terrace. After 387 feet, turn right onto Holgate Road [A59]. After 0.7 miles, York theory test centre will be on your right. The nearest bus stop is located on Poppleton Road, outside Holgate Park. The stand is serviced by bus numbers 5, 5A, 22, 22X, 23, 23X, 24, 30 and 59. Upon alighting the bus, head southeast, continuing in the direction of travel of the bus. After 125 feet, the theory test centre will be on your left.

Facilities available at York theory test centre

Please note, there is no information available for York theory test centre concerning disabled access or disabled facilities. It’s recommended that you speak to DVSA customer support on 0300 200 1122 to ask about disabled access and facilities.

York test centre’s theory test statistics

Latest figures, captured between April 2015 and March 2016, show the current pass rates for men, women and the overall pass percentage for York theory test centre. Between April 2015 and March 2016, 4,740 men had made an online theory test booking for the York test centre. 2,376 of the 4,740 men who took the theory test, passed. This means the average pass rate at the York theory test centre, for men, currently stands at 50.1%. For the same period, 4,363 women had made an online theory test booking for York theory test centre. 2,429 of the 4,363 women who took the theory test, passed. This means the average pass rate at the York theory test centre, for women, currently stands at 55.7%. Overall, taking into account both men and women who took the theory test at the York test centre, 9,103 made an online theory test booking. 4,805 of the 9,103 passed. This means the current, overall average pass percentage of the York theory test centre is 52.8%. Look out for the next instalment, where we’ll be covering the Andover theory test centre.

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