Get a driving license in Eindhoven
You want to get your driving license in Eindhoven, but at which driving school? Of course you want to attain your driver’s license in as few lessons as possible and preferably with only one exam. In addition, you want certainty that you will pass your exam as quickly as possible. You want to pay attention to the success rate of a driving school. But when is this success rate good and when is it not? We will sort this out for you.
Definition of success rate
A pass rate is the percentage of students who pass the first driving test in one go. With a second driving test there is also a pass rate, but that is not part of the pass rate of the first attempt.
Degree of importance of the success rate
How important is the success rate of a driving school exactly? Does the success rate correlate with how good a driving school is, or does this have more to do with the target group that the driving school focuses on?
Guiding a certain target group can influence the success rate. Guiding people with fear of failure is an example of this. After all, they can get completely stuck in an exam, which they feel completely ruin. This feeling will probably not improve it. However, these people can also succeed with the right guidance. This may take more time than the average student. Driving school in Eindhoven always takes students who suffer from fear of failure into account.
If the instructor sends a student to the exam who is not yet ready for an exam, then this will affect the percentage. So it depends mainly on how long an instructor waits with an apprentice to send an exam. Perhaps a driving school with a high percentage refuses to send students to the exam until he finds that a student is really ready. It is up to you to determine whether or not this suits you. However, the success rate can also be used to determine whether an instructor sends students to the exam too early.
To see if it is a match between the driving school and you, we recommend applying for a trial lesson. This lesson is non-binding, so you can still decide to switch to a different driving school.