Detailed below provide the Oldham Pearson Professional Theory Test Centre contact address details, services offered and advice for booking and taking your theory test.
Driving Theory Test Centre Address
5A-6A Whitney Court
Southlink Business Park
Translator Booth: No
Welsh Online: No
FINDING Oldham THEORY TEST CENTRE
Train stations and bus stations are often a short walk from most theory test centres.
Oldham Mumps Park and Ride
Station telephone number: –. From the Park and Ride, Oldham Theory Test Centre is 0.6 miles, or a 12 minute walk.
Arriving by car: Car parking facilities are available directly outside the theory test centre.
BOOK A THEORY TEST AT Oldham THEORY TEST CENTRE
There test bookings are easily completed via one of two methods detailed below. You’ll need your provisional driving licence / number at hand. The Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) manage all theory test bookings and during the booking process, be sure to mention if you have any reading or hearing difficulties as help is available. The theory test centre in Oldham is run by Pearson Professional. Contact details of both organisations can be obtained from the booking sections found below.
Book a theory test by telephone
One method for booking a driving theory test is via the automated telephone booking line. Though this system is automated, a DVSA staff member can be reached by listening to the options available at the start of the process. Theory test bookings can be made in Oldham by visiting the book a driving theory test section.
Book a theory test online
Due to vacant theory test slots being displayed online, internet theory test bookings are a popular option. To book your theory test in Oldham, see the book a driving theory test section for all DVSA theory test booking information.
RESCHEDULING OR CANCELLING THE THEORY TEST
Three working days notice are required if you wish to reschedule the theory test for another time and date, or if you wish to cancel the test to receive a full refund. Saturdays are included as a working day.
AFTER YOU HAVE BOOKED YOUR TEST
The DVSA now send e-mails not letters to confirm your theory test booking. Check you provide the correct e-mail address so that you receive confirmation on the date, time, address and reference number of your theory test. If you have not received an e-mail, check your junk folder. Although not essential to take to the theory test centre, it’s advisable to print this e-mail to show to the centre staff if any problems arise.
ATTENDING THE THEORY TEST
All theory test centres have prearranged allocated test times for all candidates. As a result, late arrivals may not be able to attend the test It’s important that you ensure you arrive in good time and also take along your photocard provisional driving licence.
If you have the old style licence, a valid passport must be taken along. without these forms of identification, it’s unlikely the test centre staff will allow you to sit the test. If you have misplaced your licence, contact the DVLA who will send you a replacement. See the learning to drive section for information on obtaining a new licence.
Oldham THEORY TEST CENTRE REVIEW
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I am currently stood outside the test centre waiting for my partner to finish his test. The receptionist spoke to me extremely rudely, in front of a room full of people, and essentially kicked me out of the test centre as we are not insured for people to wait in here so you'll have to go and stand outside. If this is the case, it needs to be made clearer. I understand there are rules and am happy to follow them, but there was absolutely no need to attempt to humiliate me in front of a room full of people, including my boyfriend who was about to undertake his theory test. Not having been to the test centre before and of course not being psychic, I was unaware that I'm not allowed to sit in the waiting area... to wait. The way this woman spoke to me completely vile and unnecessary, to the point where a gentleman came outside to ask if I was alright and to express his own opinion that the receptionist was rude and unprofessional. There are ways to communicate, and that was not it.