Driving Test Centre Reviews
Detailed in this section are reviews for practical driving test centres and DVSA / Pearson Professional theory test centres by test candidates. This section provides reviews all UK test centres and theory test centres. Specific test centre reviews will also appear on their individual page.
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Practical Driving Test Centre and Theory Test Centre Reviews
Bonnie is a miserable old woman that does not have any social skills whatsoever she rarely asks you questions and when she does she ignores you so it’s like talking to a brick wall. I would rather watch paint dry then be in the car with her again. She is so impatient and will fail you for the smallest things. Don’t come here if you want to pass as she thinks the speed limit is too slow and will blame you instead. She thinks you cause traffic but it’s the red traffic light. Miserable needs to retire
Lots of rude reviews about Jo, found her nice and very polite on my test and genuinely friendly to help with any nerves.
I pass my test with examiner Aziz on 2nd of October.
He is the best person and pure human being. I was really
relax in the test. I know my instructor trained me properly.
But it depends on the examiner mood as well.
Thnx a lot Aziz
Not only am I leaving a bad review here, I am officially making a complaint to the DVSA for how I was treated. Roger from the Croydon test Centre fro the get go, was intimidating, rude, demanding and demeaning. He believes he has some sort of power and he was instantly rude to me. I will do everything in my power to ensure that this low life loses his job and can no longer work with the public.
The examiner (Simon i think) demanded windows were open almost all the way through out the test duration, this including while driving on the A14 at 70MPH??? While this is NOT in the regulations for talking a test during covid. I couldn't concentrate at all due to the white bin bag flapping around that was loosely draped over the seat in the extreme wind, and the buffering wind on my face which lead to a silly mistake that wouldn't have happened had i had the windows down like im allowed to do.... what a waste of 62 quid plus the cost of my instructors car