Test day you will need both photo and paper parts of your licence. There are no pass rates at test centers if you drive safely you will pass your driving test. But if you pull out and slow some one down or do not go when it is safe to emerge. or do not get your car up to the speed limit if it is clear and safe to do so and do not do the maneuver safely you will probable fail your test. Some pupils say I just want to go for a test to see what it feels like but you will just be wasting your money listen to your instructor !!! he or she will be the best person to tell you when you are ready for your driving test. On your driving test you will be asked to follow the road ahead unless road signs or road markings tell you other wise if your examiner needs you turn they will tell you well before the turn/park up.Also you may be asked to park up several times at a convenient place this where you can leave your car and not be inconvenient other road users and told to drive when you ready do not rush. You may also be asked to do a turn in the road and do not touch the curbs, Also do a left reverse corner reversing into a side road, Also reverse parking pull along side a park car and reverse in between two cars which are two car lengths apart, Reverse bay parking where you reverse between the two white lines in the car park, Also you may be asked to do a controlled stop where the examiner will raise there hand and say stop you must stop the car quickly and keep control of the car, also you will be asked to drive on your own by following a basic black line map or asked to follow road signs ie foloow the signs for king heath. At the end of your test you will be told to turn off the engine if you have passed you will be given a pass certificate if you have failed you will be told why let your driving instructor listen to what the exmanier ask to say this will help your instructor to you put right what as gone wrong on your driving test.