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DSA STATISTICS

  • I no longer list any test centre pass rates
  • Statistics are meaningless

Pass rates are based upon Driving Standards Agency (DSA) "demographics"

I'll just call them "statistics"


In other words

  • The DSA uses statistics to determine the number of people who will "probably" pass a driving test in any given week at any given test centre
  • The DSA says its method is approved by the National Audit Office

Essentially

  • Each Test centre has its own pre determined "statistical" pass rate
  • Test centre "statistics" rarely change

Test centre statistics are not very helpful unless you actually believe in "statistics"

Thanks to Jill, Stuart, Jane and Katie

This website is written and maintained by John Foote

Does the DSA have pass quotas?
  • To quote the DSA: "Never has had quotas and never will"
  • But the DSA does have "statistics"
  • If you must see the "statistical pass rates" they are on the DSA website

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