Located between Chipping Barnet and Cockfosters, Barnet Test Centre is just a stone’s throw away from some busy main roads and narrow residential streets. Although the centre’s pass rates are below the national average, they are fairly standard for a London-based test centre.
Raydean House, 15 - 17 Western Parade, Barnet, Greater London, EN5 1AD
02084 490299 (please note that this number cannot be used to book a practical driving test).
There is no public access to the car park at Barnet Test Centre, although it is used to test bay parking manoeuvres or to finish driving tests when the roads are busy. Try to avoid parking outside houses on Raydean Road. Parking on Pricklers Hill is usually preferable.
There are no toilets available at this test centre.
Barnet Test Centre isn’t wheelchair accessible. There are seven steps to enter the centre and no bell for wheelchair users to make staff aware of their presence. If you have access requirements, it is advisable to call the centre in advance of booking a test to see if special arrangements can be made.
Barnet Test Centre’s pass rate in 2017-18 was 39.2%. While this is below the 46.3% UK average, it’s fairly usual for a London-based test centre, since there are extra challenges that come with driving in the big city.
To book a driving test at Barnet Test Centre just book online or call the DVSA on 0300 200 1122. If you need to cancel or reschedule your test later down the line, just get back in touch with DVSA giving them at least three working days’ notice. You’ll then be eligible to reschedule your test at no extra cost or to receive a full refund.